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In our previous blog post, we explained how YourGP is helping to support and raise awareness of LGBT History Month 2015, an awareness campaign to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender lives and culture, and challenge prejudice and discrimination.
In Scotland, LGBT History Month is managed by LGBT Youth Scotland, and its volunteers have collaborated with groups and organisations all over the country to deliver a programme of arts, cultural and educational events.
In this blog post, we take a look at some of the events that are still on offer in Edinburgh throughout the remainder of LGBT History Month.
Acclaimed writer Zoë Strachan presents readings Scotland’s leading and emerging LGBT writers, followed by a discussion on the past, present and future of Scottish LGBT writing.
Run by Process Work Scotland, Beauty is the Beast is a self-development workshop exploring the LGBT community’s ever-changing stories on how we present ourselves to the world.
Equal Love is an event where storytellers uncover the changes in history and legislation with regard to LGBT relationships.
An evening of discussion, looking at where services have been, and how we move forward to ensure the inclusion of LGBT people in sexual health services.
A collaboration of local LGBT youth groups come together to mark LGBT History Month with performance, poetry and storytelling.
Discussion of media about trans* people for friends, family and partners of trans* people.
For more information on what’s on in Edinburgh and the rest of Scotland during LGBT History Month, visit the LGBT History Month Scotland website.
If you want to find out more about LGBT History Month, or if you have any questions about sexual health, counselling or gender dysphoria, call us on 0131 225 5656 or email email@example.com.
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