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Categories: Families, Greater Bristol, LGBT
FFLAG is a national voluntary organisation and registered charity. We are dedicated to supporting parents and their lesbian, gay and bisexual daughters and sons. We offer support to local parents groups and contacts, in their efforts to help parents and families understand, accept and support their lesbian, gay and bisexual members with love and pride. FFLAG members are parents of lesbian, gay or bisexual sons and daughters. These young people and their families face serious homophobia in our society, which brings in its wake prejudice, bullying and alienation. We provide a central point for exchange of information between parents groups and local parent contacts. FFLAG supports the full human and civil rights of lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender individuals. FFLAG speaks out and acts to defend and enhance those human and civil rights. FFLAG provides an opportunity for people to explore issues and share experiences, as well as fears, in a safe place. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Terrence Higgins Trust. Access: Premises has level access and accessible toilet facilities. On a bus route
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Categories: Activities & Leisure, LGBT, Walking
Freedom Walkers is a new group specifically for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) people to get together to share time, thoughts and the surprisingly amazing walks in and around Bristol. They meet at 10:30 outside the Watershed, every Wednesday morning. New walkers welcomed.
Categories: Advice, Help and Support, Asexual/Demisexual, Bisexual, Counselling, Gay men, Greater Bristol, Homophobia, Intersex, Lesbians, Mental Health, Non-binary, Queer, Trans, Transphobia, Violence, Youth
FREEDOM at Off The Record
LGBTQ+ stands for lesbian, gay, bi, trans, questioning or queer and the ‘+’ includes other diverse identities such as asexual, demigender, non-binary, pansexual, to name a few. Freedom is open to anyone questioning their sexuality or gender and is supported by a team of friendly and knowledgeable LGBTQ+ youth workers.
Here’s what’s on offer…
Freedom Youth (age 13-19)
Group sessions are social, informative and safe supportive spaces. Sessions are filled with workshops (on topics such as housing, relationships, mental health, gender and sexuality, keeping safe and much more). Members decide the programme which always includes games, socials, trips and creative activities.
Freedom (age 19-25)
Freedom is a social and information space which provides support, advice and social opportunities for those aged between 19 and 25. Group members can gain experience in campaigning, activism, mentoring and event organising. Members lead the group and are supported by friendly and experienced youth workers.
Freedom Members can gain experience in campaigning, activism, mentoring and event organising. Freedom also offers a space for one-to-one chats about what matters to you.
One-to-one work is a supportive space to chat about what matters to you. Staff can work with you to explore identity and a range of topics alongside offering information and signposting to other support such as our specialist LGBTQ+ counselling service.
The LGBT service is offered by a lesbian and a gay counsellor and is available to all young people aged 13-25.
OTR offers up to twelve sessions. Please say you want to see an LGBT counsellor.
Location: Off the Record.
To book: Call free on: 0808 808 9120 and ask for the LGBT service.
Off The Record Freephone Booking Line: 0808 808 9120 – Mon: 9:30am – 5:00pm, Tue & Wed: 9:30am – 8:00pm, Thurs: 9:30am – 1:00pm.