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'Can You Hear Me?' Art Exhibition Officially Launched!

We officially launched our amazing art exhibition Can You Hear Me? on Tuesday, which showcases the experiences of lesbian and bisexual women with a mental health issue. Check out some of the pictures here...

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I would like to marah in the parade please i need a xl t-shirt and my partner will need large t-shirt can i bring my son along with me

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Hiya there a few people coming up from Carlisle who are interested in joining in the march with the LGF can you email when and where your meeting up at or any infor they may need to know. I phoned the...

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Me and my partner would love to join you in walking for LGF in the manchester pride parade if you have any space left. LGF has been a huge source of support for both myself and my partner over the yea...

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Its my first time at Pride...I'm 50 at the end of this year...its been difficult - not because Im fifty but because Im facing childhood trauma and being part of this would really be a boost...I've got...

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Vladimir Putin - The Russian President, who does he think he is, mr billy big balls saying that its illegal to promote homosexuality by backing the bill that was put through in his parliment. he shoul...

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also i have a facebook group to help people suffering from depression and OCD and self isteem issues its called sophisticated thinking, on facebook its all one word

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i think mental health is a serious unfortunate experience and a real pain in my arse speaking from experience as i have mental health issues, i have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and ive been in some ...

How to be a LGB Community Leader

How you can use your voice to influence health providers, join our volunteer team and work with a range of NHS organisations to increase awareness and  better address health inequalities experienced by lesbian,gay and bisexual people throughout all areas of Greater Manchester.

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The LGF at Manchester Pride Parade!

This year we’ve been attending Prides across the country! Looking ahead to Manchester Pride this Weekend, we’ll be out and about in our pink-shirts as well as marching in the parade – join us!

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Manchester Pride Fringe Event: Loud & Clear

The Lesbian & Gay Foundation are inviting lesbian and bisexual women to join them for free food, free refreshments and free thinking at their Manchester Pride Fringe event, Loud & Clear, on Tuesday 20th August from 5.30pm.

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'Meet up' Social for those coming solo to Manchester Pride

The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) are hosting a drop-in social event for those coming to Manchester Pride alone, or wanting to make new friends, at our Community Resource Centre on Saturday 24 August from 3pm.

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Share your views on Mental Health

A new national survey launched by PACE, leading LGBT mental health charity, aims to uncover factors which make lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people more likely to experience mental health problems. Share YOUR views...

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Chill out at The LGF over Manchester Pride

The Lesbian & Gay Foundation’s Community Resource Centre will be open during the Big Weekend for you to come along, find out about what we do, sit down, put your feet up for 30 minutes and relax in our space of tranquility.

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An Interview with John Stewart CEO Manchester Pride

We interview John Stewart, Chief Executive of Manchester Pride about the upcoming festival... 

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Feeling Pride

The LGF’s Martin Cooper has recently been in conversation with indie-pop sensations The Feeling and chatted to their front-man Dan Gillespie-Sells about Pride, equality, marriage and redirecting his our bus!

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The Isaac Hitchen Project

We interview Lewis Turner, Project Manager at The Isaac Hitchen project in Lancashire about their work with LGB&T people in the region...

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