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Gonorrhoea

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It is most common in areas like the throat, vagina, penis, urethra (the tube that runs down the penis) and the arse.

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It starts with me

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It’s all about you. You are the key to stopping HIV in your own life and in your community.

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Safer Sex: condoms and lube

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We use the term ‘safer sex’, as no sexual activity can be 100% risk free. However for anal sex, if condoms are used correctly with plenty of water based lube, the majority of STIs can be prevented.

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Having a healthy sex life

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There’s a huge range of sexual activities, some you’ll have heard of, others you won’t – therefore, there is no straightforward answer!!

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Anonymous

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“I saw this (LGBT Foundation's Helpline Poster) on the information rack at my GP and was delighted to see supportive LGBT information displayed with all the other useful resources in the GP’s wait...

Anonymous

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“I have recently registered with Ashville GP surgery… I must say I was really pleasantly surprised with the amount of LGB friendly resources in the reception of the surgery. I noticed the award pr...

LGBT Directory

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Our listings directory for LGBT services across the North West and more!

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LGBT Foundation Intake and Triage Service

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If you need some help but aren’t sure which service is best to use, then you can now access support, to help you get the most from The LGF’s Services.

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Does your GP meet your needs?

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Are you open and honest about your sexual orientation with your GP? Does your GP meet your needs?

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WE ARE LGBT FOUNDATION!

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We're excited to announce that The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) is changing its name to LGBT Foundation to reflect the diverse and inclusive work that we do with lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities.

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