LGBTQIA women and non-binary people are becoming increasingly visible, with politicians, media stars, authors and business leaders all demonstrating that determination and talent can overcome prejudice.
Don’t make the lazy assumption that LGBTQIA women and non-binary people in sports have it easy, and work with us to inspire the next generations of us to find joy in sport.
Legally Lesbians: 25 lawyers write about their careers and why lesbian visibility is important to themPublished on :
In the inaugural Legally Lesbians series, these 25 individuals write about their careers and why visibility is important to them.
Lesbian Visibility Week provides an opportunity to recognise the contributions of lesbian role models, and to celebrate the various intersecting identities of the lesbian community.
The Hydro in Glasgow will be lit in the colours of the Lesbian Pride Flag on 24-26 April and 30 April. London’s Wembley Arena will also be lit the whole week.
The Cinema Museum is ending Lesbian Visibility Week (24–30 April) with a celebration of the 25th anniversary of Tipping The Velvet on 30 April.
Lesbian Visibility Week 2023: London’s Wembley Arena and Glasgow’s Hydro Arena to be proudly lit up to mark the occassionPublished on :
Two of the UK’s largest arenas are set to make this loud and proud display in honour of the annual observation taking place in April Founded by DIVA Publisher Linda [….]