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Galop can help if you experience homophobia, transphobia or biphobia wherever it occurs, including at home, in public, at work, online or in cruising sites. None of us should have to put up with being abused, but if it happens, our hate crime casework service can give you advice, support and help. Click for more
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The Gay and Lesbian Vaishnava Association is an international organization dedicated to the teachings of Lord Caitanya, the importance of all-inclusiveness within His mission, and the Vedic concept of a natural third gender. Its purpose is to educate Vaishnavas, Hindus and the public in general about the “third sex” as described in Vedic literatures. This knowledge will help to correct many of the common misconceptions that people hold today concerning third-gender people (gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgenders, the intersexed, etc.). In addition to this, GALVA wishes to provide a friendly and positive-oriented place where third-gender devotees and guests can associate together and utilize their time to learn more about Krsna consciousness and advance in spiritual life.
Are you a Disabled Lesbian,Gay Man, Bisexual or Trans Person in the UK.This Group is for YOU. Quite often we are isolated with little or no contact with others. Many experience hostility or rejection. Some of us require greater accessibility to clubs, and pubs, a lot more can be done to welcome us. Exclusion from gay venues by our non-disabled peers is particularly hard to take. This list offers a befriending/pen-pal service to help address the isolation experienced by LGBT People with disabilities in the UK.When you join please introduce yourself.The list is also here so that you can express your views in a safe envronment. GayDisability UK would like information of venues and services of disability gay friendly places. Please email information of organisations, clubs, pubs groups etc, so that the information can be shared with other members of the list.
The group started off about six years ago and has members from a mixture of ages and backgrounds. The turnout varies between six and fourteen people, though we have about forty people on the list of members. The books we read vary from ‘light’ to ‘heavy’, usually written either by or about gay men. Anyone is free to choose a book but they don’t necessarily have to introduce it themselves. Discussions are quite lively: we have one member (me) who loves virtually every book fairly uncritically and one who virtually savages every book (but he is quite gentle really!).
We meet monthly, usually Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, at 7.30 for 8 in a member’s flat in the centre of Bristol and chat over a glass of wine, beer or cup of coffee.
Some people turn up to every meeting; others choose which meetings to attend according to whichever book is being discussed at any given time. Either is fine!
Serving the South West’s gay community since 1982We are the longest running group in the South West of England for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people, providing a safe and supportive social group in Bath, Bristol and surrounding areas. We are here for people who wish to make new friends, are on their own, have just come out (usually later in life) or are not ‘scene’ orientated. So if you want to meet others and make new friends read these pages and get in touch. We are always happy to welcome new members!Our Aims:
To provide social activities, information and support services
To work with other groups and organisations towards an integrated gay community
To promote the principle of absolute equality before the law for homosexuals and heterosexuals
Set-up to lessen the isolation of disabled lesbian and bisexual women via a national friendship network, quarterly newsletter and socials. Newsletter is in standard print, large print, tape and Braille. Membership is open to disabled and non-disabled women (minimum age 16).