Trans Awareness Week is celebrated every year from November 13-19 to raise awareness of transgender people and the challenges they face. The theme for 2023 is "Transgender Visibility: Advancing Equity and Inclusion."
Activism is important for raising awareness about asexuality, challenging stereotypes, and fighting for the rights of asexual people. There are many ways to get involved in activism, from small acts to large-scale projects.
International Coming Out Day (ICOD) is celebrated every year on October 11 to raise awareness of the importance of coming out as LGBTQ+. It is also a day to celebrate the courage and strength of those who have come out, and to show support for the LGBTQ+ community.
Bisexual Awareness Week is celebrated every year from September 16-22 to raise awareness of bisexuality and the challenges that bisexual people face. Bisexual people are often invisible in society, and they may experience discrimination from both straight and gay people.
The recent homophobic attacks in Clapham have shocked and saddened many people. These attacks are a reminder that LGBTQ+ rights and acceptance in society can be regressive, and not always progressive. In the UK, we have made great progress in recent years, but there is still a lot of work to be done.
June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and its many achievements. Pride Month is also a time to remember the work that still needs to be done to achieve full equality for LGBTQ+ people.
Harvey Milk was a trailblazer in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights and visibility. As the first openly gay elected official in California, he used his platform to advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and worked tirelessly to make sure that the LGBTQ+ community was seen and heard
If you're not familiar with the term, asexuality is a sexual orientation where a person doesn't experience sexual attraction. It's a legitimate and valid identity, and it's important to talk about because a lot of people don't even know it exists.
What a year it has been, not just for us, but for the queer communities around the world. As we're approaching the festive season, we wanted to take a step back and talk about some of the highlights as well as a very exciting announcement.
Sunday 20th November is Transgender Day of Remembrance, and we want to take a moment to remember and celebrate the lives that have been lost to transphobic violence. While this occasion is a solemn one, as an LGBTQ+ owned-business, we want to honour those we lost while talking about how we, as a community, can continue to support our trans and non-binary siblings.