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LGBT Youth Scotland has a helpline number 0131 555 3940 and chat facilities on their web site.
The exhibition has been divided into 4 distinct areas: HOME, WORK, SELF and LOVE. The artists come from locations as far apart as Aberdeen and Durness, Wick and Inverness, with many stops in between. Some of the works exhibited are by long-established and well-respected artists, others are by artists exhibiting publically for the first time, and several are from those using this as their very first venture into visual artistic expression.
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Artwork by David Downing
This special project is funded with a grant from LGBT History Month Scotland.
Contact the event organiser Morgan Cowley firstname.lastname@example.org
Gay Guys Inverness have a new name and new web site: www.gayguysinverness.org. The group offers a weekly opportunity for gay/bi men to socialise over drinks and/or food from 8pm at Macnab's bar & bistro (on the riverside at the Columba Hotel, Inverness). Look for the table with the red post box. There's also a free jogging session starting from Inverness Leisure at 6pm every Wednesday.
The next LGBT night at Aces nightclub in Inverness will be on Tuesday 4 March (over 18s only). Doors open 9pm. Check out their Facebook page
Residential trans confidence building event
24 - 27 March 2014
at Badaguish Outdoor Centre, near Aviemore
Enjoy the peaceful and welcoming environment of Badaguish Outdoor Centre, to explore your transition options and be yourself around other trans people, in an open and safe, non-judgemental space. The 4-day event includes informal workshops that will help boost your confidence in a range of ways, as well as giving you the opportunity to make new connections. You do not need to have begun your process of transition, received a gender dysphoria diagnosis or even attended a Gender Clinic. It is for anybody who is questioning, or who has questioned their gender identity and wishes to get information and support about what you might want to do next.
Accommodation is provided in two comfortable accessible lodges situated in the Cairngorm National Park, mostly in twin rooms. Food and materials are provided, but you need to pay for and organise your transport. Train and bus services run to Aviemore, which is a few miles away and a lift can be organised from here to the venue.
Contact Rose or call 0131 523 1103 for a booking form.
There's lots happening with groups meeting on a regular basis.
Click here for the FULL CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS.
In addition, they distribute condoms at the following locations each month:
For safer sex information and advice outwith the above times, please contact the outreach team on 01463 711585.
Waverley Care also operates a condoms by post scheme in Highland, Argyll and Bute. Condoms can be ordered from their office at 34 Waterloo Place, Inverness (tel: 01463 711585 / email: email@example.com). You can also text your order to 07519 708296 or download an order form. Supplies are posted out, free of charge, every 2 months in plain wrappers so the service is completely confidential.
Free and confidential HIV and Hepatitis B and C Testing Services will be available from 1 November 2013 at the office at 34 Waterloo Place, Inverness. Full details