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Join our Christmas Day Party 2017

Posted on Wed-12-2017 by Cecily Stevenson

Birmingham LGBT is proud to announce that, following on from last year’s successful event, it will be holding its fifth annual Christmas Day party for the LGBT community. Steph Keeble, Director at Birmingham LGBT, states that: “Christmas can be a difficult time for many LGBT people who may be estranged from their birth families. It […]

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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Posted on Tue-11-2017 by Maria Hughes

For many Trans people the year is bookended by 2 significant events. In March, we celebrate the lives and achievements of Trans people through Transgender Day of Visibility (TDoV). This is a joyous day and rightly so, and we should never be afraid to celebrate our lives. Then, in November, we have a much more […]

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New Online PrEP Adherence Support Service

Posted on Sun-10-2017 by Sidney (Events Coordinator)

Current PrEP users and those considering PrEP are invited to a consultative meeting on a new online PrEP Adherence Support Service, launching later this year. The new service by national charity SAVING LIVES will be designed with PrEP users to provide a digital consultancy for PrEP adherence . As such, the meeting will be a chance for […]

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Guest Blog: LGBT Adoption & Fostering

Posted on Tue-03-2017 by Adam Carver

This guest blog is written by recent adopters Shereene and Rachael, if you would like to find out more about adoption and fostering for LGBT couples and individuals come along to our Adoption and Fostering Information Evening on March 27th (full details below). Shereene and Rachael’s story: “We had always wanted to be parents, we […]

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Trans United Session Two

Posted on Thu-03-2017 by Cecily Stevenson

This week started out with some coaching on passing and dribbling the ball, with some excellent tips imparted onto the team by Lucy, our coach. We had a lovely mix of people from the first session as well as six new faces, and the last-person-standing tackling challenge set to get the blood flowing was passionately […]

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