Speed dating belfast


25-Aug-2016 04:28

Join us for an evening of fun and feisty speed dating where you’ll meet lots of new people for mini dates lasting just a few minutes.

Our speed dating nights are regularly hosted across the country and are a great way to meet lots of new people in a short space of time and find that spark!

The theme of the week was ‘Stand By Us’, with the focus on people from outside the LGBT community who can help those within the community in their campaign to achieve equality and challenging prejudice.

I am a kind considerate, loving, honest, trustworthy, a good friend and listener and will always be their to support you in whatever way I can.

Image: Members of the LGBT community and journalists who took part in the ‘speed-dating’ event By Una Murphy One of the organisers, Colin Flinn, who is on the board of Cara-Friend said: “I hope there was some demystification of who we are as LGB&T people and likewise some clarification as to how the media handles news, information and opinion with objectivity or fashioned in a manner which goes some way to reflect the views of readers, viewers or listeners.” He added: “Engaging with the media, as we did today, should improve the way news, information and opinion is delivered.” Colin, a retired solicitor, said that participants were able to find out what makes an item newsworthy and how members of the LGBT community might help the media to deal with sensitive and equality matters.

LGBT Awareness Week was organised by three charities, Cara-Friend, Rainbow Project and Here NI.

By clicking on or navigating the site, you agree to allow us to collect information on and off Facebook through cookies.

Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.

var login Language Array = { "language": { "error_email_required": "Please enter your email address.", "error_email_invalid": "Your email address is invalid.