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Lesbian and Gay Switchboard

PO Box 7324
London N1 9QS
Tel: 020 7837 7324

London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard (LLGS) provides an information, support and referral service for lesbians, gay men, bisexual people and anyone who needs to consider issues around their sexuality.

Link [Last update: 2008-03-04; 11:43]

Al- Fatiha organisation

An international organisation dedicated to Muslims who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gendered plus those questioning their sexual orientation and or gender identity; as well as families, friends and partners.

Link [Last update: 2008-03-04; 11:44]

Religious groups: beliefs on homosexuality

Topics covered include: beliefs about homosexuality; future trends; current policies of faith groups towards homosexuality;
Includes information on Christian denominations: Anglicans to the World Wide Church of God; Jewish groups: Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, etc; other religions: Bahai World Faith to Zoroastrianism.

Link [Last update: 2008-03-04; 11:46]

Islam and homosexuality

The web site offers a wide range of resources and links.

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ICAR: Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender refugees and asylum seekers: key issues

This navigation guide aims to be a ‘rough guide’ to the issues relevant to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender [LGBT] asylum seekers and refugees, and to provide information on resources and links on this topic.

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Homosexality, lesbianism, bisexuality, and transgenderism: religious cults and sects

Includes sections on: articles, books, discussion, glossary, news plus links to relevant sites.

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NHS Direct: Gender dysphoria

A person with gender dysphoria may experience anxiety, uncertainty or persistently uncomfortable feelings about their birth gender.Scroll down and click on 'gender dysphoria' for information. For languages other than English, see left hand column.

Link [Last update: 2008-03-04; 11:50]

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