Stonewall

LGBTQ people have been living visibly, openly and authentically for years.
For a young Catholic girl just starting to explore her sexuality, Jeanette’s story of a lesbian growing up in Pentecostal England was nothing short of transformative
In this connected world a single action in one country can lead to a landslide in others
We have one ask for our Rainbow Laces campaign – wear laces. It seems like a small act, but if you’re lesbian, gay, bi or
We have one ask for our Rainbow Laces campaign – wear laces. It seems like a small act, but if you’re lesbian, gay, bi or
It’s painfully clear that support for the trans community is long overdue and that education must play its part
The attacks on trans people remind me of the homophobia I saw growing up in the Eighties and Nineties. Bigotry should never
The constant policing of my gender expression leads me on to my next point, which is that homophobia and transphobia are much cosier bedfellows than people realise. As a butch woman I get shot not-so-sideways glances all the time when I walk into women's toilets - this is homophobic and transphobic, and sexist as well. That's why I think it's 100%, uncompromisingly vital to be an ally to trans people.
Many mainstream media voices - from newspaper columnists to social media commentators - seem to have stepped up a gear over recent months in their attempts to make vile transphobia acceptable, questioning the right of trans people to even exist. This isn't something that is open for debate. And giving the green light to these messages has devastating real-world consequences for trans people.