5 LGBTQ Places to Visit in Brighton!
Brighton is considered the “unofficial” gay capital of the UK, with places like Manchester and London ranking close-by. This is based on the fact that LGBTQ history within Brighton dates back to the 19th Century and because Brighton Pride is still one of the largest attended Pride events around the UK; often attracting six figure
National Coming Out Day is an annual observance celebrated on the 11th October worldwide (where safe to do so!). Originating in 1988 in the US, the idea behind it was to protest against the notion of homophobia thriving in “an atmosphere of silence and ignorance, and that once people know that they have loved ones who
I’m a firm believer that children need to see themselves within the society that they’re living in. The earlier the better. Likewise, just as much as children need to see their identity and culture reflected, children also need to have access to society via a proverbial window. It’s vital if you want to offer a
Every person should be able to live their most authentic life both inside and outside the workplace. Not only does every employee deserve a safe working environment, but it encourages productivity! An Oxford study in 2019 showed that employees who are happy at work are 13% more productive. However, according to Stonewall, more than a
Charity work is vital when it comes to raising awareness on any topic. With a regular issue in government funding and attitudes, charities are often the main bodies to push forward new law and legislation. They also work to improve the lives of LGBTQ people. Without LGBTQ+ charities, we wouldn’t be where we are today
During the past two years, physical Pride events haven’t existed. Our community have had to find other ways to feel connected. Equally, those who aren’t “out” or do not wish to attend Pride events, find other ways to learn and celebrate. Thankfully, lots of charities and organisations made their own arrangements for Pride during the