This year LGBT+ history month (February) celebrates the 50th anniversary since the first Pride March in the UK (in 1972). Vada Magazine highlights a few events to get involved in and spaces to enjoy throughout and beyond February.
For LGBT History Month, Westminster hosts its series of Pride at Parliament tours.
Jass Thethi explores the hidden histories on show at the John Rylands Library in Manchester for LGBT History Month.
In this exciting play for LGBT History Month, a working-class man journeys from Victorian Bolton across the Atlantic to meet visionary queer American poet, Walt Whitman, only to discover a surprising new kind of love.
The archive of Sue Sanders and Schools OUT UK is now available for all to use as part of the LGBTQ+ Collections at Bishopsgate Institute.
We report back from Philip Christopher Baldwin’s LGBT History Month dinner.
Peter Tatchell explains why he thinks our attitudes to animals and our attitudes to each other are linked, drawing parallels between human rights and animals rights.
A rainblow flag has been torn down during LGBT History Month by drunk young men at Jesus College, Oxford University.
You don’t need to be a stamp collector to buy these!
Leicester LGBT Centre has established a new network of local LGBT organisations for LGBT History Month.