50 HIV, health and equality organisations are today jointly calling for urgent action to ensure the national roll-out of PrEP.
It may be the 21st century but attitudes towards menstruation are stuck in the past, with periods seen in some quarters as mysterious, shameful and taboo.
Tonic Housing, Open Doors London and Stonewall Housing have researched the housing, care and support needs of the older LGBT+ community in London.
Vindoc Aesthetics, Dr Wong’s Harley Street practice, has already helped hundreds of patients.
Developments in Australia suggest an improvement in LGBTQ+ community relations with regard to conversion therapy.
New research from innovation foundation, Nesta, reveals over a third of workers (36%) feel their job is less secure than before the pandemic.
A new study finds low levels of LGB recognition as a significant contributor to increased levels of suicide.
Periods bring with them tiredness, bloating, breast tenderness, skin breakouts, cramps, mood swings and let’s not forget…HANGER.
Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding has taken to Twitter to announce that she has been receiving treatment for breast cancer since earlier this year
INNERJI, the first ever caffeine free, carbonated energising tonic, has partnered with fashion’s favourite DJ Fat Tony.