BiVisibility September 23

Friday the 23rd of September is International Bi-Visibility Day, dedicated to busting stereotypes, myths and downright lies propagated about bi and pansexual people. To find out what’s going on, go here. To download the PowerPoint prepared by The Proud Trust for schools and youth leaders go here

An introduction to National LGBT History Festival – Sue Sanders' introduction

In February of 2015 we held the first National Festival of LGBT History and the second What is LGBT History and How to Do It conference in Manchester. There were many highlights as we had over 80 presentations in the People’s National History Museum and the new Manchester Central Library. The academic conference had 100 […]

1985 Film on YouTube Shows LGB Solidarity with The Miners

A video unearthed from the vaults shows the reciprocal support between LGB campaigners and the Dulais miners in the strike of 1884-5. The lesbian and gay movement supported the strike and the striking miners marched with gay Pride. To see more go here

Bis of Colour

A new social and networking group called Bis of Colour has formed and if you identify as such you are invited to get involved. To find out more about the group, please have a look at our blog on Tumblr (http://bisofcolour.tumblr.com/) and updates on Twitter (@bisofcolour) If you have any questions, or would like to […]

Health Service failing Gay and Bisexual men according to Stonewall

The world’s largest ever health survey of gay and bisexual men has found they get left behind by the health service in the UK. The survey shows that more gay and bisexual men attempt suicide, worry about their bodies and suffer eating related illnessses than their straight counterparts. More worrying perhaps, si that almost half […]