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OUT in Leeds (LGBTQ+ Social Group)

The LGBT+ group sit around a table smiling and chatting. One person holds an LGBT+ rainbow flag

Our LGBTQ+ group, OUT in Leeds, meets once a week to meet other people from the LGBTQ+ community with a learning disability or autism.
The group meets in a safe space and has the chance to talk, get advice and support, but most of all have fun.

What does LGBTQ+ mean?

L=Lesbian means a woman who is attracted to other women.
G=Gay means a person who is attracted to the same gender as themselves.
B=Bisexual means a person who is attracted to more than one gender.
T=Transgender means a person whose gender identity does not match the gender they were given at birth.
Q=Questioning means a person who is unsure about their gender or sexual identity.
+=The + sign is there to include everyone, even if they don’t fit exactly into these definitions.


The group meets each Tuesday from 6.30pm to 9pm in Leeds City Centre
To get involved please call us on: 0113 244 3729 or email: