Celebrating our new logo!

Support U LGBT Logo

We're really excited to be sharing the next phase for Support U with our clients, partners and the public in unveiling our brand new logo and identity.

We've spent the last 5 years constantly refining and developing our service, and we're now outreaching to the more of the community than ever before. We've some exciting plans and ambitions for the service in the coming year, and we felt this was a good time to refresh our look going forward...


Be part of our new advertising campaign!

Join the #UseLessHate Campaign!

We're looking for members of the community to join us for our photo shoot for our new campaign on Saturday 18th April 2015, at 15 Castle Street.

We've recently been launching our #UseLessHate campaign, which sets out to challenge traditional stereotypes at work, college and in the community...


International Transgender Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility

The 31st March is International Transgender Day of Visibility, a day to celebrate and empower the Trans* community.

TDoV is not just a celebration of the Transgender population, but also aims to raise awareness of the Trans* community and tackle the transphobia and discrimination faced by many ...


Thank you for a LUSH weekend!

LGBT Hidden Voices History Project

This weekend we've had the privilege of working with the fantastic team over at Lush, The Oracle.

Over the weekend the 100% proceeds of Lush's charity pot of hand & body lotion go directly to Support U (minus VAT) ...


Alternative Queen of Reading Crowns 2015 Winner

LGBT Hidden Voices History Project

Reading has itself a new Head of State after folk comedian, Gog, was crowned as the winner of this year's Alternative Queen of Reading on Friday.

Alternative Queen continued its tradition of highlighting unconventional beauty and unexpected talent in Reading at this year's event. Contestants this year include burlesque performer, Pearl La Peach; poet and singer, Nichole; as well as this year's runner up, Cassie Magnolia, who sang about the contradictions of feminism ...


LGBT Hidden Voices History Project Launches

LGBT Hidden Voices History Project

Hidden Voices is a new exhibition at Reading Museum that throws light on Reading's LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community and its history.

The exhibition, which received Heritage Lottery funding, gives insight into the obstacles faced through the years, covering Oscar Wilde's struggles, the work of WW1 poet Wilfred Owen, with many locals taking part in the form of audio narratives ...


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