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Access to IVF is a postcode lottery

By
Prishita Maheshwari-Aplin

Everyone deserves the chance to start a family, no matter their sexuality or gender identity. Unfortunately, as things stand, there are significant practical and financial costs facing many LGBTQ+...

NewyddionBlogFamilies

Why we must speak up for LGBTQ+ sportspeople

By
Erin Williams

This Rainbow Laces Day , our Sports Engagement Manager Erin Williams argues that we need to move past visibility and into real action if we want to create a sporting world where all LGBTQ+ people can...

BlogCulture, media & sport

Positive: how a HIV diagnosis changed my life for the better

By
Jason O'Dwyer

This blog was first published on Jason's LinkedIn page, and is presented in its original form. One day in June 2006, whilst sat on a hard plastic chair in a consultation room in a sexual health...

BlogHealth & social care

Llywodraeth y DU yn Cyhoeddi Ymgynghoriad Therapi Trosi: Beth mae'n ei olygu i Gymru?

By
Joe Rossiter

Mae "therapi trosi” honedig yn cael ei ddefnyddio i ddisgrifio ymyriadau eang sydd â’r bwriad o newid cyfeiriadedd rhywiol neu hunaniaeth rhywedd person. Mae Llywodraeth y DU wedi amlinellu eu...

NewyddionBlogLaw & crime

Datganiad Stonewall ar y rhaglen Hyrwyddwyr Amrywiaeth

Rydyn ni’n arbennig o falch o’n rhaglen Hyrwyddwyr Amrywiaeth. Yn Stonewall, rydyn ni’n dychmygu byd lle mae pob person LHDTC+ yn rhydd i fod yn nhw...

Why do we need the Rainbow Laces campaign?

By
Stonewall staff

When we wear our rainbow laces, we commit to having honest conversations about the experiences of LGBTQ+ people in sport and fitness – but what are the key talking points we need to address? Sport...

NewyddionBlogCommunitiesCulture, media & sport

Needing ID could stop LGBTQ+ people voting

By
Martha Robinson Rhodes

The world has changed considerably since the 2019 general election. The COVID-19 pandemic has deepened existing inequalities faced by marginalised communities; hate crimes based on sexual orientation...

NewyddionBlogCommunitiesLaw & crime

Which countries have already banned conversion therapy?

By
Stonewall staff

In late October, the UK Government launched a consultation on banning conversion therapy in England and Wales. But across the world, many places already have bans in place. In fact, there are 13...

NewyddionBlogHealth & social careInternationalLaw & crime

The hidden costs facing potential LGBTQ+ parents

By
Deepa Lalwani

Photo: Whitney and Megan Bacon-Evans It's time to start a conversation about the practical and financial costs facing many LGBTQ+ people who want to have children. In this article, we explore how...

NewyddionBlogFamiliesHealth & social care

LGBTQIA+ people do not need ‘fixing’

By
Molly Maher

In the UK, it is still legal for LGBTQIA+ people to be subjected to conversion therapy. Conversion practices attempt to suppress, ‘cure’, or change a person’s gender identity or sexual orientation...

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