Manchester Pride 2005

Manchester Pride is a ten day festival to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender life with an exiting programme of curtural, community, heritage, debating as well as no-stop paryting in the gay village over the Bank Holiday weekend.

The Manchester Pride 2005 parade was a colourful carnival of floats representing community groups, organisations and businesses winding its way through Manchester city centre. Manchester City Council sponsored the biggest EVER parade entry with Manchester Pride. Look out for a 40ft high frock that is 40 ft long with 100 people as part of it.

 
 

For help and information we have:

Frequently Asked Questions
The answers to questions Parents of Lesbians and Gays frequently ask.

A Guide For Families And Friends of Lesbian and Gays
This information has been written primarily for parents but is also useful for families and friends.

How do I Tell My Parents I'm Lesbian or Gay?
Useful for people contemplating coming out to their parents.

Our Kids Are Alright Booklet
LGF's excellent booklet for Parents of Gay and Lesbian Children produced with help from us.

You can also watch:

Parents Talking About Their Lesbian and Gay Children Video
A video of Parents describing their feelings when discovering they had a lesbian or gay child.

 

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