Join us at our fourth Community Session, this time featuring the brilliant work of Out In The City.
Manchester Pride Community Sessions spotlight grassroots organisations that support intersectional LGBTQ+ communities. Each month, we invite you to join us in celebrating and learning more about the incredible community groups that make LGBTQ+ life in Manchester so special.
Tuesday 14th June, 17:45pm
People's History Museum
Out In The City is a social and support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people over 50 years of age. Its purpose is to offer the opportunity to chat, share a joke or news, or to make friends and strengthen companionship amongst those who attend the group's meetings and trips.
A safe space is one in which everybody is respected regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender identification, religion, political opinion, or cultural tradition.
Respect means that nobody is misgendered, ridiculed, verbally criticised or attacked for their orientation, personal identification or opinions. Respect does not mean that we all agree with each other - our differences are our own.
The real cultural, religious, political and social differences between us represent the strength and rich diversity of Out In The City. This respect for difference makes our group safe. It makes our meetings and gatherings safe for everybody. This is because we are a diverse group and diversity is who we are. ~ Out In The City
Check out Out In The City's website and Facebook group!