Stonewall launches newly designed LGBT careers guide
Starting Out Guide now trans inclusive Guide includes sections on global and transitioning at work More concise and featuring more employers than...
Stonewall Sponsors UK Black Pride for Fifth Year
Stonewall, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans equality charity, is proud to announce that it will be sponsoring UK Black Pride for the fifth year...
Prudential Ride London
Join team Stonewall and go the distance to support our work improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people around the world and cycle for equality! The third Prudential RideLondon – Surrey 100 will be on 2 August 2015 . Be part of the peloton of 24,000 cyclists on this modified...A Fundraising Event in London
Survival of the Fittest
We’re looking for some amazing Stonewall supporters to take on this 10km race that will see you swing, climb, run, crawl and battle your way through up to 50 obstacles to the finish line! Are you tough enough to take on the challenge for equality? How to join We’re looking for individuals and teams...A Fundraising Event in England
Brighton Marathon 2016
Congratulations to all our runners! Congratulations and THANK YOU to all our runners who participated in the Brighton Marathon this weekend, you are amazing! Check out some of the photos from the day below. Thank you to... Our runners did a fantastic job but it's not too late to donate and support...A Fundraising Event in South East England
Gok Wan crowns Stonewall Young Campaigners of the Year
Stonewall named Sirina-Monique and Christian Webb its Young Campaigners of the Year 2015 Gok Wan hosted the Youth Awards, which were supported by...
Ian McKellenCelebrity supporters
Without Stonewall, change could never have happened so rapidly and so peacefully. The revolution won’t be complete, until equality is accepted at home, at school, at work and in the streets. So we must continue to support Stonewall’s essential initiatives, knowing right is on our side.
I realised I was gay when I was 15. Kids in my school that came out got bullied quite a lot for it, so I kept myself hidden away and didn’t express my sexuality. Shortly after, I came out to my brother. My mum overheard. She was crying and she said “Jak, please, please tell me you’re not gay.”...