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This section contains further useful tools and resources that do not fit into the main menu categories. This section of the site is periodically updated with new material.

OTHER WEBSITES UPDATED 23/07/2010
Our newly researched, comprehensive links section has links under a wide range of categories:
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PARENTS

Rainbow Parents
Do you live, work or study in Tower Hamlets or nearby? Would you and your children like to come to a social and support group for lesbian and gay parents? 

If yes, please contact Rainbow Parents on: 07506012282 or email: rainbowparents@googlemail.com 

We meet on the first Sunday of the month from 2-4pm Click here to download our flyer (publisher)

Terence Higgins Trust's 'Family Matters'

THT's web page for families wanting help because they think or know their child is gay, lesbian or bisexual. Lots of families have found themselves in this situation.

The good news is there’s plenty of support available. Even better news is that most families, given time, manage to accept this news and carry on with family life, keeping their child where they belong - in the heart of the family.

Click here to visit their website

Click here to download THT's Family Matter's Campaign information

Families Together London
A website for the families and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Families Together is a website for the mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, grandmothers, grandfathers, aunts, uncles, cousins, children and friends of LGBT people because 'no one comes out alone'.

Click here to visit their website
Click here to download a copy of their Newsletter (.doc)

New Family Social
A group for lesbian and gay adopters and their children called newfamilysocial.  It is a free, members-only group for people anywhere in the UK to chat, find others near them, and arrange to get together

Click here to visit their website

 

Just Plain Sense: Gender Dysphoira - A Mothers' Tale
What do you do when your child exhibits markedly gender-atypical play behaviour almost as soon as they can walk and tells you, by the time they are four years old, that there’s been a mistake? Listen to the podcast

Just Plain Sense aims to provide a mix of talks and interviews about Equality and Diversity in Britain today. In coming weeks I hope to capture an increasingly diverse range of voices to talk first hand about what it means to work towards and live in a tolerant, diverse society -- and what we still need to do to get there. Christine Burns

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