Pride Month takes place annually in June as a celebration of LGBTQ+ communities and to mark the month when the Stonewall riots took place.
The event provides an opportunity for members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies to celebrate their identities, accomplishments, and reflect on the struggle for equality.
If you’re looking for ways to get involved this year, here are a few ideas.
LGBTQ+ Summer Social
This is an event for LGBTQ+ students, staff and allies, organized by LSTM, LJMU and UoL’s LGBTQ+ networks, and the cross-institution Trans and Nonbinary support network.
Come and join an afternoon of fun, food, and friends at Sefton Park on Sunday 25 June.
Families, partners, and dogs are welcome, and although the event kicks off at midday, please feel free to arrive later than that if needed.
Please sign up via the eventbrite link, so the organisers have an idea of numbers and can update you with all the details closer to the time.Bottom of Form
March with Pride
Last year some 15,000 people took to the streets of Liverpool for the annual Pride celebrations, with the city’s streets coming alive with music, dancing and costume.
This year’s event will be held jointly with KyivPride, continuing the legacy of Eurovision support, and standing in solidarity with the LGBT+ community in Ukraine.
March with Pride takes place on Saturday 29 July. The event is open to all and free to attend. Click here to find out more.
Prepare for Pride
Preparing for Pride is a fun but essential process to help you have the best time this summer.
Whether you’re going to be attending your first ever event or have been before, read these ten ways you can prepare for Pride.
Head to Liverpool’s Pride Quarter
If you’re looking to find somewhere to celebrate in Liverpool then you can head to the Pride Quarter or the many LGBTQ+ friendly locations in the city, where anyone and everyone can celebrate Pride Month.
Check out these 10 places to celebrate Pride Month in Liverpool.
Join the University of Liverpool LGBT+ society
The LGBT+ society at the University of Liverpool aims to brings its members together in a safe and fun social environment, and campaign for change and progress for LGBT+ rights in society.
Events are for LGBT+ people and allies, and whether you are wanting to join to have a good time at university, or there’s a cause you want to raise awareness for, the society is here to support you to do that.