Youth Workers from Surrey County Council run Twister, which is a safe space where young people can meet to get support, make friends, and take part in fun, creative and awareness raising activities. It is for young people age 13 to 19 and up to 25 if the young adult has special educational needs or disabilities SEND. More information or to find your local group click here.
LGBT Foundation holds three pop-in groups specifically for women. We also host a monthly women's reading group. Our groups are open to anyone who self-identifies as a lesbian, bisexual or questioning woman some or all of the time.
Below, there is a listing of women-only, sapphic, lesbian centred, or similarly defined mailing lists. The sapphic Internet is changing and evolving, so no guarantee is given for the information to be the latest one available. Please contact the suggested addresses in the entries below for more detailed up to date information.
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View our list from across the country. Meet others going through the same challenges you are, including parenting, mental health issues and the unique social and emotional needs of the LGBTQ parenting community. National Support Organizations.
Social support group for lesbian and bisexual women who are looking to find some company, get information and improve their wellbeing. Come a long to our evenings for a relaxed informal chat with each other or a worker at the charity. This group is anonymous and is great whether you are just beginning to explore your sexuality or have been out for a long time, single or partnered.
Lesbian Blogs List. Data will be refreshed once a week. If your blog is selected in this list, you have the honour of displaying this Badge Award on your blog.
The only exclusively lesbian-oriented publication in the Phoenix Area. Lesbian E-mail Groups. Local Content. Now that the WCC is completely digital, I'd like this list to serve as a discussion forum for community issues and concerns, as well as event announcements.
See the big pages of What's on for lesbians and for the broader Rainbow communities in Wellington for information about what's on. Plus the links page for many more groups. The research is being conducted by Dr Nadia Gush as part of a larger project exploring the social life of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and queer women during the s.
Established in the spring of as the GLBAC, the group hosted its first reunion brunch that summer. In earlythe council formally affiliated with WAA. Although many gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered alumni groups exist, this council was the first in the Big Ten — and one of only a handful in the nation — to receive the official sanction of its university and its alumni organization. Becoming an active GLBTAC member will provide you with a connection to the university and information about its programs.