Everyday this LGBT History Month the Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) are celebrating people who have aimed high to show that sexuality doesn’t have to be a barrier to success.
This week already they have celebrated the achievements of broadcaster and promoter Amy Lame, Judge Sir Adrian Fulford and basketball star and sports ambassador John Amaechi.
John, Sir Adrian and Amy are three of twenty high profile lesbian, gay and bisexual people who have added their voices to the LGF’s Aim High campaign – which is committed to inspiring young lesbian, gay and bisexual people and highlighting that sexuality doesn’t have to be a barrier to success.
Everyday throughout February – LGBT History Month – lgf.org.uk will be celebrating a different inspirational voice from Aim High, so look out for the likes of Beth Ditto, Sir Ian McKellen, Russell T Davies and many more.
Their success stories have been brought together to inspire the next generation in the LGF’s Aim High guide for young lesbian, gay and bisexual people, which will be available before the end of LGBT History Month. To find out how you can inspire the next generation to aim high visit: www.lgf.org.uk/be-a-homo-hero?tag=people