What is LGBT+ History Month?

LGBT+ History Month aims to promote tolerance and raise awareness of the prejudices faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

The aim of LGBT History Month is to primarily teach people about the history of the gay rights movement and to promote an inclusive modern society.

KeeleSU's LGBTQ+ Society are hosting a wide range of activities for the month which can be found by clicking here . 


What is KeeleSU Up To For the Month?

Besides the continual promotion of our brill LGBTQ+ society events, we will be putting on a film showing of Pride (2014), and hosting a 'Sex Week' where your Welfare and Internationalisation officer will be educating and raising awareness of issues such as; contraception, healthy relationships and sexual violence.

Also on the 17th February the winner of Drag Race Season 1, The Vivienne, will be stopping by the union!  

Pride (2014) - Ground Floor, Thursday 13th Feb, 6-8pm

Sex Week : 10th - 14th Feb  

The LGBTQ+ Society are hosting a trip to Student Pride in london!

Student Pride is a chance for LGBTQ+ students to meet other queer students and see awesome live acts/guest speakers (Including Munroe Bergdorf, Teddy Edwards, and Cheryl Hole).

Friday: we arrive at G-a-y for the first night out, here live acts will be performing as well as a chance to meet a number of lgbt+ societies from across the country, then we'll head to Heaven; one of London's biggest LGBT+ venues.

Saturday: We'll be going to the University of Westminster for the student pride day time event. Which includes a 'careers fair' with tons of free goodies, and a number of guests speaks (Line up can be seen here).


The Vivienne


Buy your tickets for the Vivienne by clicking here!