kobault, Author at Rainbow Project

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Lesbian Visibility Week: Three women, three stories of coming out

Three women from across Northern Ireland share their stories of coming to terms with their sexual orientation and coming out. Annie Hi my name is Annie, I’m a 32 year old, finally out and proud lesbian, in the Causeway Coast and Glens area. It’s Lesbian Visibility Week and I would like to share a bit …

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With visibility comes community, empowerment and self-confidence for young lesbians

Rebecca Toolan is a lesbian from Belfast who currently works in marketing and occasionally writes about pop culture, politics, and LGBT issues. You can follow her on Twitter at @rebtool     “Lesbians really do exist!” exclaimed Derry Girls’ Orla McCool against the backdrop of the North of Ireland in the mid-1990s, around the same time …

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How you can support someone experiencing Whorephobia

“Did you know that The Rainbow Project is a sex worker affirming organisation that supports decriminalisation and sex worker rights? Off the back of our recent sex worker rights awareness training that all of our staff received – we’ve created a handy how-to on supporting someone who is experiencing whorephobia (a term sex workers use …

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Hate Crime Awareness Week 2019

This week we mark Hate Crime Awareness Week, which is an annual campaign to raise awareness, encourage hate crime reporting, and inspire everyone in the community to work together to tackle hate crime.