What Pride means to Me

What Pride means to Me

Being visible, confident and content in yourself can give others the feeling of security that they need to take the next step and be open about themselves. I have experienced this personally when working for my first company, they had no LGBT+ network and nobody in my department or vicinity that was visibly LGBT+. I didn’t have the confidence to tell my colleagues as I was unsure about how it might affect the way people treated me. Eventually, I joined a different company where I had visible gay colleagues and it gave me confidence that if they could be out at work without out any issues so could I. After coming out to my colleagues my visibility within my team allowed a colleague who had worked for the company for almost 3 years to finally come out. Seeing the change in that person was remarkable, they transformed from being one of the most reserved team members to one of the most social.

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Summer Party is nearly here ... do you have your ticket?

We decided to make our ever-popular August networking, hosted by Kennedys Law, our Summer Party and use the opportunity to raise more funds for our favourite charity: London Friend.

When? Tuesday 7th August, 17:30 - 20:30

Where? Kennedys, 25 Fenchurch Avenue, London  EC3M 5AD

Tickets are only £15 and Kennedys will be providing refreshments and a buffet supper