This is the stream of consciousness where there is a streaming list of updates from twitter and comments from the site.
It’s one of the most common STIs in men (or people who have a penis). The exact cause of it is not always known, which is why it’s called ‘non-specific’.
- 16:37 PM Feb 24thviaLGBT Foundation
Lymphogranuloma Venereum (LGV)
LGV or Lymphogranuloma Venereum, is a particularly nasty form of Chlamydia. What makes it nasty is its ability to infect the lymph nodes in the body, causing them to become inflamed and potentially infect surrounding tissue if left untreated.
- 16:28 PM Feb 24thviaLGBT Foundation
Trichonomas is caused by a tiny parasite which lives in the vagina and urethra.
- 15:52 PM Feb 24thviaLGBT Foundation
There are three areas of the body where Chlamydia usually happens – the bottom, throat, penis or vagina.
- 15:42 PM Feb 24thviaLGBT Foundation
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is the most common form of vaginal infection, being twice as common as thrush, for which it is often mistaken.
- 15:39 PM Feb 24thviaLGBT Foundation
Keeping safe when on a night out
Here are just a few tips to make sure your big night out doesn't end up in one big mess, brought to you by our Village Angels.
- 12:38 PM Feb 23rdviaLGBT Foundation
Well, I feel like this post is the most inspirational thing I have ever read. It's just so beautiful. I called my dog over to read it with me and everything. In the 1950's film circa on youtube, no on...
- 10:05 AM Feb 23rdviaLGF
The Dunstan Partnership is an exemplary practice in every aspect of care, undersanding expertise and professionalism. As a patient of the practice I cannot speak highly enough about the Doctors Nurses...
- 10:04 AM Feb 23rdviaLGF
My practice has the 'hear if you need us' LGF leaflets. The made me smile and instantly more relaxed.
- 10:03 AM Feb 23rdviaLGF
Mental health advice for LGBT young people
We all have mental health. Even though we may not really think about it, it is still there. Mental health can affect the way that you act and feel, and the way you think and feel about your life.
- 11:57 AM Feb 20thviaLGBT Foundation
Useful mental health links
- 11:56 AM Feb 20thviaLGBT Foundation
Am I lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans?
This is a question that in the end only you can answer.
- 11:52 AM Feb 20thviaLGBT Foundation
Trafford Prime - new project for LGBT's over 50
A new project for LGBT people over 50 years of age who live in Trafford is being set up for members of the LGBT community to share and discuss their thoughts on health and social care issues including housing.It launches on Friday 27th February 2015 at Trafford Housing Trust.
- 15:34 PM Feb 19thviaLGBT Foundation
Meeting people and trying new things
- 16:19 PM Feb 18thviaLGBT Foundation
Homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and bullying
Homophobia is a dislike or fear of someone who is lesbian, gay or bisexual for no other reason apart from their sexuality.
- 16:08 PM Feb 18thviaLGBT Foundation
Myths about mental health
Now it's time to answer some questions and dispel some common myths around mental health.
- 16:04 PM Feb 18thviaLGBT Foundation
You can find links to a range of services and helpful websites on these pages, they have been arranged by topic to help you navigate to the service that’s right for you!
- 15:20 PM Feb 18thviaLGBT Foundation
- Other groups we support
As well as having our own programme of support groups, the LGF also support a few more! These groups are all run separately, but they use the LGF building for groups and events.
- 11:59 AM Feb 18thviaLGBT Foundation
Younger Men's Group
The Younger Men’s Group is a new group, which is aimed at gay, bisexual or questioning men between the ages of 18 to 25.
- 11:58 AM Feb 18thviaLGBT Foundation
When: Second and fourth Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm - 9pm Stepping Stones is an informal peer support group for women who identify as lesbian, bisexual or who are exploring their sexuality.
- 11:57 AM Feb 18thviaLGBT Foundation