Young People

Be Yourself

All young people are different. Everyone should have the same access to help or advice when they need it.

How can we help you?

We are here to help support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people. You can get in touch with us in a number of ways if you have a question, need advice or support, or are just looking for someone to talk to.

You can:

Call us: 0131 555 3940

Text us: 07786 202 370

Email us: info@lgbtyouth.org.uk


There is also loads of information and advice on our website. Click here for more info.


Bullying can take lots of different forms, but all of them can be upsetting and difficult to deal with.

Homophobia and homophobic bullying can damage your self-esteem, make you scared to go to school and have an effect on how well you do in your exams. Nobody has to put up with bullying.

Find out how to get help or help those around you by clicking here.


Coming out is when someone tells someone else their sexual orientation or gender identity. Most of us are brought up to think that everyone is attracted to the opposite sex and that our gender identity will match our physical body (or the gender we were assigned at birth), but this is not the case for many people. If you are unsure about your sexual orientation or gender identity, we can help.

Click here for more info.

Are you safe online?

The Internet has many good opportunities to get involved, find out information, make friends, and share experiences. However, it is a public space, and everything that you post online can be seen by anyone who has access to the Internet.

Find out how to keep yourself and others safe by clicking here.

Do you need help, support or info?

Text 'INFO' to 0778 620 2370