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Blog written by the young people, staff and volunteers of Allsorts Youth Project

World Mental Health Day T-Shirts!

October 10th, 2016 by

As part of this years World Mental Health Day, Allsorts young people made some amazing tees with messages about mental health. Take a look below!  “I am Not Weak, I am A Warrior” “The Only Shameful Thing About Mental Health … Continue reading

Trans Laser Warriors (By an Allsorts Young Person)

July 27th, 2016 by

A couple of Mondays ago, Transformers went for a game of laser tag. We walked to laser quest, were split into two teams, and strapped on the armor. Reds and Blues. We were told how to hold our guns. Excitement … Continue reading

Spike in hate crime and racial abuse reported across UK post Brexit

July 25th, 2016 by

The team at Allsorts are aware that there has been an increase of hate crime and racial abuse after the brexit vote that has affected our young people and staff. We would like to take this opportunity to encourage people … Continue reading

Gay! Is that all I am? (By Nick – Young Person)

June 23rd, 2016 by

Coming out is a liberating experience. Coming out can sometimes be a baptism of fire but it is an event that is very specific to LGBT. Every LBGT person at some point comes out, and usually must come out again … Continue reading

Allsorts youth project response to the attack in Orlando

June 15th, 2016 by

Our heartfelt thoughts go out to those who have been affected and who have lost their lives.Allsorts of Love

There is still much left to do to ensure LGBT people can live their lives freely and safely, without fear. We will continue to raise awareness of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia on a local level in Sussex and continue to support and encourage those nationally and internationally to have their voices heard.

We stand with the LGBT community in Orlando.

We stand with those affected by homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and other forms of discrimination across the world.

With love and thoughts,

Everyone at Allsorts.

For LGBT young people struggling with these events

Please contact your Youth Support Workers if you are a member, otherwise call us using the contact button on the website. Or call ChildLine 0800 1111 (18 or under), LGBT switchboard (01273 204050 or 0300 330 0630) or contact the Samaritans on 116 123 Continue reading