It has been designed to provide answers to some of the most common questions that young people might have if they are thinking about coming out, or think they might be lesbian, gay or bi. You may get to a point where you need to talk about it with someone, to get support or simply get it off your chest.
Guidance for employers and service providers on supporting and including transgender customers and recruiting and retaining transgender staff. What were you doing? Information on Application for a Gender Recognition Certificate at sites for gays they can receive support or advice how this interacts with marriage.
When should I get help? LGBT Foundation provide a wide range of support services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people. What is 'coming out'? Cookie settings. Read about different types of talking therapy and how they can help. Trans health NHS offers transgender health advice and support.
Find out more about why this election is so important, registering to vote, and our Equality Wins Manifesto. Our team providing support and assistance to people in need in the Gay Village every Friday and Saturday night. Related content Recruiting and retaining transgender staff: a guide for employers Providing services for transgender customers: a guide National LGBT Survey: Research report.
If you decide to come out, but are unsure how others might react, you could consider making contact with a support group first.
Only you will know when you feel comfortable and ready to do it. Learn new skills, make friends, and give back to the community. The main thing to remember is not to put any pressure on yourself and to only come out when you feel ready. Please note that Stonewall cannot be held responsible for the content of any of the external websites we link to.
If you need more information or guidance on your rights, the following links below might be helpful. Women's eBulletin.