The Rainbow Project has responded to the news regarding a security alert in Portrush, County Antrim yesterday evening, where a suspicious item wrapped in a
We are recruiting LGBTQIA+ people with experiences of Conversion Practices (also known as conversion therapies, reparative therapies, and cure therapies) to take part in interviews
World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by
LGBTQI+ Awareness Week will take place this year from 16th – 22nd of May. With a whole range of events to choose from please check
The Rainbow Project response to EHRC statements on upcoming LGBTQ+ legislation in the United Kingdom
Yesterday’s statements from the EHRC are an unwelcome and unwarranted attack on Trans equality. We believe that these two statements (one in response to the
Mental health week, coming out, LGBT, LGBTQ+, Northern Ireland
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
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
Rainbow Counsellor Ciara O’Neill writes about the impact of meaningful representation of lesbian women in media.
“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
There is nothing unusual about right-wing political movements using LGBT+ people as scapegoats and Polandís governing party, the Law and Justice Party, has pivoted from demonising migrants to demonising LGBT+ people by claiming that we undermine traditions (i.e. patriarchy) and ëthe familyí and children.