Student Gay Pride 2017
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Student Pride 2017
7-11pm Registration & drinks
Everything National Student Pride does is about opening doors to students, graduates and those with voices who are otherwise lost in a vibrant but expansive LGBT+ community.
Long before anyone else, our event has captured the extensively celebrated and courageous spirit of the student community. By tackling homophobia in sport, mental health and being trans, we are unafraid to challenge taboo first.
Proud to be fueled by substance, for many we are the first Pride - and one we want to be safe. We’ve been Named Best LGBT Event of the year, have the largest LGBT+ careers fair - free at the point of entry and are internationally recognised as an agenda-setting event. We have time and again proven that we are ahead of the curve, breaking taboos and empowering young minds.
As a non-profit all proceeds go back into keeping the event as accessible as possible. Not only free to attend in person, but with extensive media coverage you can take part from wherever you are, truly digital - and all in the hands of students.
OLLY ALEXANDER TO DEBATE SEX ED AT NATIONAL STUDENT PRIDE!
Our emotions are running wild over the fact that Olly Alexander, lead singer of Years & Years, will be joining us at National Student Pride 2017 to talk on the Attitude Sex and Relationships Education Panel. It all takes place on Saturday 25th event at University of Westminster’s Marylebone campus as part of our weekend of events also hosted with G-A-Y
A loud and proud LGBT activist, the openly gay singer has previously spoken out at events, including Glastonbury Festival, about the fact that LGBT people “know what it’s like to be scared. We know what it’s like to live with fear; It’s part of our every day”.
National Student Pride spokesperson Charlie-Ann Mathers said “Olly is SUCH a BAE, I’m so excited to have him at the event. I just know it will bring so much important attention to Sex and Relationships education. Speaking to students in the build up to the event has shown how important it is that they finally get the SRE they deserve.”
Joining the panel will be:
• Cliff Joannou - Attitude Editor (Chair)
• Sarah Nimmo - Popstar
• Lexi Jean Munroe - Albert Kennedy Trust
• Deborah Gold - National Aids Trust Chief Executive
Speaking ahead of the panel, Lexi Jean Munroe said “They never discussed anything about that to me which was rather shocking itself not knowing enough information about sexualities and gender. They never mentioned LGBT relationships sex it's rather mind boggling isn't it?”