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TeamPride statement on Jake Daniels coming out

Today, Jake Daniels of Blackpool FC took the brave decision to come out as the first openly gay footballer to play in the English Football League in...

8 LGBTQ+ people describe the power of workplace inclusion

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Stonewall staff

Lots of us spend most of our days at work. And, at least before the Covid-19 pandemic, that involved being in the same workplace, around the same people, every day. Not being able to be authentic...

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Statement on Safe To Be Me conference

Due to the Prime Minister’s broken promise on protecting trans people from the harms of Conversion Therapy, we regret that we are withdrawing...

7 lesbians open up about the importance of visibility in 2022

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Stonewall staff

For Lesbian Visibility Week, we asked seven lesbians what it means to them to be a lesbian in 2022, and what message they'd like to share with other lesbians. This week, we want to celebrate the...

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Which countries have already banned conversion therapy?

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Stonewall staff

The UK Government committed to banning conversion therapy in England and Wales in 2018, yet nearly four years have passed without a ban. But across the world, many places already have bans in place...

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No Longer Running From Myself: Why I’m running the 2022 London Marathon

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Jean Vianney Cordeiro

Content warning – mental health, eating disorders, weight loss This year, our trustee Jean Vianney is running the London Marathon to raise money for Stonewall. Do you want to take on a challenge to...

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5 ways to kickstart LGBTQ+ inclusion at work

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Stonewall staff

Whether you’re LGBTQ+ or an ally, whether you head up your organisation or you’re in an entry-level role, everybody should feel able to make their workplace a little more inclusive. Here, we’ll share...

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7 ways you can be an LGBTQ+ ally at work

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Prishita Maheshwari-Aplin

Over a third of LGBTQ+ people still feel they have to hide who they are at work. This means they have to watch what they say, what they do, and where they apply. It's crucial that LGBTQ+ people have...

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Why workplace inclusion matters

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Stonewall staff

Too many LGBTQ+ people still have to hide who they are in the workplace. Our new campaign, Bring Yourself To Work , shows how LGBTQ+ people thrive when they’re free to be themselves. Our workplace...

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After fifty years of Pride, what should we fight for next?

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Stonewall staff

This year we’re celebrating 50 years of Pride in the UK. In this article, we’ll chart the major moments in LGBTQ+ history since the first Pride in 1972, and ask what still needs to change for LGBTQ+...

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