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Why England Rugby's new trans inclusion policy is so disappointing

By
Liz Ward

Last month, we were incredibly disappointed and concerned to see that the Rugby Football Union for England published a new trans and non-binary participation in rugby policy proposal alongside a...

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Digital Workshop - LGBTQ+ Mental Health: Supporting Your Colleagues

Join us this Mental Health Awareness Week for a workshop on how to ensure your mental health work is inclusive of LGBTQ+ people. We know that LGBTQ+ people experience disproportionately poor mental health outcomes. This is compounded by inclusive support being patchily available to the community...

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Digital Workshop - Creating a Bi Inclusive Organisation

Bi Visibility Day is an important day in September. It is a great opportunity to celebrate your bi colleagues and reflect on your inclusion practices. We know that bi people experience higher levels of discrimination than their gay and lesbian colleagues. When creating LGBTQ+ inclusive workplaces,...

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Digital Workshop - Preparing for an LGBTQ+ Inclusive Black History Month

Black History Month is a celebration of all Black life, including Black LGBTQ+ people, and your plans for the month should reflect this. It's an opportunity for us all to better understand and highlight the work and contributions of Black LGBTQ+ people, which are too often forgotten and erased. It'...

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Stonewall statement on Margaret Lynch

Nancy Kelley, CEO of Stonewall, and Colin Macfarlane, Director Stonewall Scotland and Northern Ireland, said, ‘We are appalled by the baseless and...

Six ways to be an ally to asexual people

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Leni Morris

How much do you know about asexuality, and how can you be a good ally to asexual people? What is asexuality? Asexuality is a spectrum. Here are a few terms to know: Somebody who is asexual does not...

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5 fights for trans equality that you should know about

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Stonewall staff

This Trans Visibility Day we’re shining a light on five fights for trans equality. In this article you will hear from trans individuals and organisations about their experiences, their resistance to...

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New research: gender diverse people severely harmed by conversion therapy

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Stonewall staff

Content warning: conversion therapy. New research, overseen by an independent research monitor, has revealed that gender diverse people – normally children or young adults - are severely harmed by so...

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I want LGBTQ+ young people to feel safe being who they are.

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Koda Sparkes

Koda Sparkes (he/him) is a young, working class LGBT+ person speaking up about bullying in schools. He spoke to us about how important it is that young LGBTQ+ people are informed and supported...

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Who I am is unacceptable to some people in the healthcare system

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Bi Role Model of the Year 2019: Hafsa Qureshi

This Bi Health Month we spoke with Hafsa (she/her) about her experiences in healthcare and heard about why bi inclusion is crucial for bi people’s wellbeing. This article talks about biphobia, and...

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