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Welcome to our resource page! Here you’ll find links to established charities & organisations that specialise in and cater towards the specific needs of the LGBT community at large. You’ll also find information specific to UK LGBT+ legislation and health & well-being.

This resource page will develop over time but if you have information or would like for us to include relevant LGBT+ interests, legislation or health & well-being issues then please feel to email us at – please note however that we will only publish information relevant to those that reside in the United Kingdom.

Pink News – Europe’s largest gay news service.

postcardOUT – A touching postcard collection created by young people, expessing their views in relation to their experiences in school and college.

The Albert Kennedy Trust – Supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans homeless young people.

bgiok YouTube channel – Run by bgiok forum users, covering a range of topics.

Stonewall – The lesbian, gay and bisexual charity.

Young Stonewall – The site for all young people to find out about issues affecting lesbian, gay and bisexual people at home, at work and at school.

Stonewall’s YouTube channel

Stonewall University Guide – ‘Stonewall’s University Guide is for lesbian, gay and bisexual prospective students and all those in between. It will help you to choose a university that will welcome you and support you in being yourself.’

Stonewall Wales

Out Nation – ‘We are a welcoming and friendly community for LGBT people based in the UK’ – The Lesbian & Gay Foundation.

Am I gay, lesbian or bisexual? – A guide for young people from the NHS. – ‘Our goal is to eliminate prejudice and discrimination, to improve the image of homosexuals and bisexuals, and to halt homophobia so that they can feel proud to be equal members of society.’ (based in Canada, but lots of useful resources for all). – ‘Pinkbooks is a bibliography of young adult books for gay and lesbian readers.’

Pink Law – Free legal advice for the LGBT community (London).

Schools Out – Equality in education.

Diversity Jobs – Diversity Jobs connects people to employers who place high importance on a mixed staff population.

Please help us by letting us know if you found this page useful. The information you provide is completely optional and will be kept in the strictest of confidence.

At ABFABB we a more than happy to promote the services of other organisations and services that offer help and support towards the LGBT community. If you are a community group, a provider of support, essential services or anything else that you feel could benefit Bridgend’s LGBT community as a whole then we’d would love to hear from you. Please feel free to get in touch with us using any of the contact methods listed on contact us page.