As we start another school year, we need you to 'come out' for LGBT-inclusive education!
We were founded 30 years ago to fight against Section 28, the devastating law that banned the discussion of same-sex relationships in schools.
Since then there's been incredible progress towards equality, with many schools already doing brilliant work.
From next September, secondary schools in England will have to teach LGBT-inclusive Relationships and Sex Education, and primary schools to teach about 'different families', which can include LGBT families.
But the fight is far from over. We still need your support. Email your local authority now.
What needs to happen next?
Speak up for LGBT-inclusive education
Local authorities - who oversee education in most schools - need to hear public support for LGBT-inclusive education.
It takes just a couple of minutes and every voice counts - parents, teachers, students, anyone who's ever been at school.Email your local authority now
Share your support
All young people deserve an education that reflects themselves, their families and celebrates diversity.
We've made sharing graphics for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter so download them and share why LGBT-inclusive education matters to you by using the hashtag #HopeForLGBTequality.
View and download our sharing graphics
want to know more?
Read our FAQ about Relationships and Sex Education for the facts about changes to RSE.
Hear from parents, teachers, former students and young people about why LGBT-inclusive education can change lives.
£50 could help train a teacher to tackle LGBT bullying. Please help young LGBT people feel less alone by donating what you can today.