How can I offer this in my service?

  1. Co-create safety principles and agreements for group work, with LGBTQ+ young people
  2. Provide ‘what to expect’ information e.g., taster sessions, online information, options for initial remote contact
  3. Provide a non-threatening space – comfy and cosy, non-institutional and informal


Gendered Intelligence – All gender toilet signs 

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Cal* (staff member) said “they did this huge brainstorm of what a queer space is. And they had really good ideas! It was chosen family, a community, a safe space, a place where you could explore your gender and your sexuality and your pronouns and your identity without judgement but it was also a place where you could teach others and learn yourself.”

*These quotations use pseudonyms and have been anonymised to protect participant’s identity.

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