Welcome to LGBT History Month. Every February we help organisations and individuals host events that celebrate the achievements of the LGBT community.

LGBT History Month takes place in Scotland every February. It is an opportunity to celebrate LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) lives and culture by exploring our own and others’ histories in an LGBT context. It is also an opportunity for learning, discussion and debate around the continued fight for LGBT liberation.

Every year a range of arts, cultural and educational events take place across the country. LGBT History Month is for everyone; individuals, community groups, organisations, service providers, LGBT and non-LGBT people. We’re here to help you get involved, whether you want to run your own event, find out what’s on in your area, or generally just find out more about LGBT history and culture.

LGBT History Month Scotland is a project delivered by LGBT Youth Scotland. To find out more about the work that LGBT Youth Scotland does to support young LGBT people, visit www.lgbtyouth.org.uk.



Out There: Simon Cree

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Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until the book is released in September, we’ll be publishing additional content from Zoe Strachan’s Cultural Commissions anthology, Out There, on the LGBT History Month website. Read Zoe’s introduction to… more >

Out There: 'Homecoming'

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Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until the book is released in September, we’ll be publishing additional content from Zoe Strachan’s Cultural Commissions anthology, Out There, on the LGBT History Month website. Read Zoe’s introduction to… more >


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  • LGBTHistoryScot A gender neutral coming out story from Simon Cree, today's #OutThere2014 writer http://t.co/m4JErdBHff
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    LGBTHistoryScot Two very different poems, both on the theme of ‘homecoming’, from B.D. Owensand Mcguire, part of #OutThere2014 http://t.co/NkWU7zNzRm
    LGBTHistoryScot Dundee-based writer @robcurrie is today's #OutThere2014 writer with his story, 'Permanence' http://t.co/kXC5j4Hezs
    LGBTHistoryScot Today's #OutThere2014 piece is a coming-of-age tale that takes place in @PoloGlasgow from @beanloveblogger Lynsey http://t.co/V5ceaviolG
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