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I am cut off from queer community

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Stonewall staff

This is a time of loss and loneliness for many people, and for the LGBT+ community, the coronavirus pandemic continues to be just one of many threats. Inequalities that already existed have ramped up...

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8 Ways to be a better ally to LGBT Disabled people

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Nish Vasco-Knight

As this year’s Disability History Month comes to an end, Stonewall’s Accessibility Forum have highlighted 8 ways you can become a better ally to LGBT disabled people. One in five LGBT people have...

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Stonewall statement on Women’s and Equalities Minister’s new approach to equality

Nancy Kelley, CEO of Stonewall (She/Her) said: ‘Many people in the UK today, including LGBT+ people, still face huge inequalities and the Women’s and...

Disability History Month zine

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Stonewall staff

A zine by a Stonewall staff member for Disability History Month 2020, about their experience of being autistic and trans. Disability History Month 2020 hub .

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Stonewall statement on changes to blood donation rules in the UK

Nancy Kelley (she/her), Chief Executive, Stonewall said: ‘We want to see a blood donation system that allows the greatest number of people to donate...

Ableism and queerphobia often go hand in hand

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Cat Telford

This year’s Disability Awareness Month runs from 18 November until 18 December 2020. The theme is around Access: How far have we come? How far do we have to go? If you generally have access to stuff...

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How allies can challenge racism and LGBT+ phobia in sport

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Stonewall staff

We spoke to Amazin LeThi and Michael Gunning – two Stonewall Sport Champion sports figures – about allyship in the sporting world and how everyone can play a part in tackling racism and LGBT+ phobia...

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Stonewall Scotland Network Empowerment Sessions (Digital)

LGBT network groups have the power to support systemic change within an organisation. The greatest impact comes from networks that value the diversity of ideas, expertise and experience of their members and seek to create spaces where the most marginalised and underrepresented voices within our...

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Being your authentic self is central to a medal-winning performance

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Stonewall staff

This International Day of People with Disabilities we’ve spoken to leading GB men’s blind skier, John Dickinson-Lilley, about being your authentic self as an LGBT and disabled athlete. The...

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There’s no blueprint for trans people of colour in the arts

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Juno Bhardwaj-Shah

Travis Alabanza on transness, race, and taking up space. Travis Alabanza is a ground-breaking performer and writer. They rose to fame with their hit show Burgerz, which explores their own experiences...

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