GenderAgenda provides training and education on trans, intersex, queer and non-binary sex, gender and sexual identities to schools, prisons, police, public and private sector, charities, colleges and universities.

Gendered Intelligence

Gendered Intelligence is a community interest company that looks to engage people in debates about gender, working predominantly within young people.


The Gender Identity Research and Education Society (Gires) conducts research into trans numbers and needs, advises government and NHS on improving services.

International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia

The International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia (IDAHO/IDAHOT) takes places each year on 17 May.

LGBT History Month UK

LGBT History Month UK is in February of each year, commemorating the lifting of Section 28 and acting to remember and educate about our LGBT past and futures.

Peter Tatchell Foundation

The Peter Tatchell Foundation has grown out from its origins with gay rights to being a broad spectrum human rights organisation championing the rights of persecuted minorities including asylum seekers.

Schools Out

Schools Out provides both a formal and informal support network for all people who want to raise the issue of homophobia, transphobia and heterosexism in education. To campaign on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans issues as they affect education and those in education.


Stonewall is an LGBT education and lobbying charity that also advises, monitors and awards businesses, organisations and public sector, on their LGB, and soon to be T, inclusion, diversity and equality policies and practice.

Terrence Higgins Trust

Whatever your sexuality, HIV status, gender, cultural background or ethnic origin, Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) has services set up with your needs in mind. If you’re affected by HIV, then we’ll try to help.

The Lesbian and Gay Foundation

The Lesbian and Gay Foundation (LGF) is a registered charity fighting for and supporting lesbian, gay and bisexual people.

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  1. Johnny Parker

    I run several groups on MeWe under the category LGBT. One of the questions I ask when joining my groups is what their orientation is. I do this to help me direct them to other groups that I also own. One recent member told me that he doesn’t want to “LABEL” himself to any sexuality group. After chatting with him he inspired me to create a flag and name for his category instead of being “NON-LABELED” To whom do I submit such ideas as far as flags and labels?


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