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Parent Caring
Home Phone: 0300 123 1053 Website: Visit Website

Free, confidential information and advice for parents who are carers.   Lines are open 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday, 11am to 4pm at weekends. Calls are free from UK landlines and mobiles or you can request a free call back. You can also ask for a call back in one of more than 170 languages including ربي, বাংলা, 中文, Français, ગુજરાતી, Polski, Português, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, Soomaali, Español, Türkçe and .اردو. You can talk to an adviser live online or send a query by email. Find out more about the Carers Direct helpline.

Categories: Advice & Help, Carers, Parents
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Parents of Jewish Gays
Cell Phone: 07806 636089 Website: http://www.parentsofjewishgaysandlesbians.co.uk/

Are you Jewish? *Is your son gay or your daughter lesbian? * Are you having difficulties in coping with this? * Would you like to have the opportunity of meeting other parents who are in the same situation as yourself and would like to know how they have managed? Then the Support Group for Parents of Jewish Gays and Lesbians could well be the answer for you. Call 07806 636089 Please note that unfortunately it is not possible to always man the phone and for reasons of discretion without your permission you will not be phoned back. Therefore please try again another time if there is no answer or leave a message or text with the number you would like to be phoned back on. Thank you.

Categories: Faith, Families, Support groups, UK, Websites
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Pink Herrings
Contact: Dot
Work Phone: 01179 861529

A social group for lesbians who may not necessarily be into the scene type things. Most of our members are over 35 but all ages are welcome. The group offers a safe and friendly environment where both new and old members can relax and enjoy themselves as well as being an ‘umbrella’ for various smaller groups that are run by individual members (walking, poetry, cycling, discussion, supper groups etc).
It also provides members with a method of communicating one-off events they are hosting or wish to attend as a group. In the last few months there have been Sunday brunches, games nights, poker parties, garden parties and days out to mention a few! Pink Herrings also offers a hosted social twice a month. We meet on the first and third Thursdays of each month at conveniently located venues in Bristol. Pink Herrings produce a regular email newsletter of these and other events in the area.
If you are interested in joining the Pink Herrings, or you would like to talk to someone about the group please email pinkherrings@yahoo.co.uk and one of our members will contact you.

Categories: All Bristol areas, Lesbian women, LGBT, Older LGBT, Social groups, Women
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Pink Therapy
Home Pink Therapy, BCM 5159 London WC1N 3XX
Work Phone: 020 7836 6647 Cell Phone: 07971 205323 Website: Pink Therapy

We are the UK’s largest independent therapy organisation working with gender and sexual diversity clients.

As an organisation we aim to promote high quality therapy and training services for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and others who identify as being gender or sexual diversities.

There is a whole spectrum of different gender and sexual expressions and we welcome those who are engaged in consensual, albeit transgressive sexualities who are seeking a place to understand and be understood.

These include, but are not restricted to people who identify as asexual, celibate, polyamorous, non-monogamous, or swingers and those involved in BDSM or Kink lifestyles or practices, anyone on the gender spectrum from cross dressers/transvestites, gender queer, intersex and those living with variations in sex development, androgynes, third sex/two spirit, to those living full time as transgenderists, transexuals (transmen and and transwomen).  

We comprise a team of 14 Associate Therapists who all positively identify as holding a gender or sexual minority lived-experience, and our website hosts the UK’s first online Directory of Pink Therapists which lists other qualified therapists around the UK who adopt a sexuality-affirmative stance and do not see sexual or gender variation as a sickness. These other therapists are all qualified professionals, with varying degrees of experience and training in working with sexual and gender diversity clients. We cannot, however, ensure that their experience or work are equal to those of our Associate Therapists. Pink Therapy was conceived for two reasons:

  • first, that most therapy training organisations in the UK fail to address issues of sexual diversity sexuality in their curricula. This means that therapists (of all sexualities) leaving these programmes are often inadequately trained to work with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clients. See our News section for more information about this.
  • second, that some sexual diversity therapists seem to feel their qualification to work with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clients is simply a shared sexuality. In our view this is not sufficient, and can lead to inadequate and poor practice. All therapists working with gender and sexual diversity clients need specific training to be able to work effectively with this client group. See our Training section for more details on our professional continuing professional development workshops for therapists.
  • If you are considering having some counselling or therapy, we recommend you check out your prospective therapist first, we have some questions to consider asking them here. If possible see more than one therapist and then decide who you feel best to help you.
Categories: Counselling, Relationships
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Press for Change – The UK’s leading experts in Transgender law
Home BM Network London WC1N 3XX
Work Phone: 08448 708 165 Website: http://www.pfc.org.uk
Categories: Campaigning, Hate Crime, Non Binary, Trans, Transphobia, Uncategorized
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Proud 2 Serve
LGBT Members of the British Armed Forces

Proud2Serve.net is the LGBT E-Network for the British Armed Forces.

Our aim is to provide support, information and networking for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender serving, ex-serving personnel and their families both at home and abroad. Proud2Serve.net has an established record as the first port of call for information for the community which has grown stronger, year on year, since the website and P2SForum were established in 2005. With over 1.5 million page views each year, and over 5000 military personnel and civilian visitors to the site each month we are proud to serve the entire military family. Our website serves you as a comprehensive portal subject of relevance to the Armed Forces community, including up-to-date news from the military and LGBT arenas, online forum for networking and seeking advice, acting as a focal point for policy, advice and help, and finally providing a gallery bringing together the best photographs and videos of the military family at work and play. Join the P2SForum for free today for access to the members-only areas and to begin interacting with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of the Armed Forces serving at or near your station.

Categories: Activities & Leisure, Bullying, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Hate Crime Reporting, Homophobia, LGBT, Professional networks, Social groups, Social networks, Sport, Staff Networks, Support groups, Transphobia, UK
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