QUB LGBT Societywww.email@example.comVP Equality and Diversitysu.firstname.lastname@example.orgQUB Counseling Servicescounsellor@qub.ac.ukCONTACTS@QUEEN’SFRESHER’S GUIDELesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Students @ Queen’email@example.comHave somethingOn your mind -223198-242248 <br />@BELFAST Union Street (Pub), Union St Kremlin (Nightclub), Donegall St<br />Rainbow Projectwww.rainbow-project.orgBrookwww.brook.org.ukGLYNI (Gay and Lesbian Youth Northern Ireland)www.glyni.org.ukLASI (Lesbian Advocacy Services)www.lasionline.orgQueerSpacewww.queerspace.org.ukQuire (Belfast’s LGBT Choir)www.quire.org.ukUlster Titans R.F.C (Gay Rugby) www.ulstertitansrfc.comOut & About (LGBT Walking Group)www.outnabout-ni.org.ukReport any hate crime to the PSNI online or by phoneIn an emergency dial 999Belfast has a lot to offer. There’s a gay rugby team, a LGBT choir and a LGBT walking group. Belfast has two gay nightclubs, three gay bars and a good selection of gay-friendly mixed pubs. Kremlin, Mynt, Union Street and Dubarry’s are well established gay venues all located in the city’s Cathedral Quarter. Traditionally, the John Hewitt, Muriel’s, the Duke of York, Auntie Annies and Katy Daly’s are gay-friendly pubs with alternative crowds.Top TipsBUDDY UP –Make sure someone knows where you are, agree to travel home together or arrange suitable transport.GET A TAXI –Walking home alone at 3am aint a good idea! Keep a fiver hidden in your wallet for the end of the night.KNOW YOUR LIMITS –Keep hydrated by drinking water and soft drinks. Remember alcohol and drugs don’t mix well.STAY SAFE –Always wear a condom (available free from the Rainbow Project, Brook and LGBT venues).LGBT Belfast Dubarry’s (Pub), Gresham St Mynt (Nightclub), Dunbar St<br />
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