For Men

LGBT Foundation offers a wide range of services for gay, bisexual, questioning and trans men* to support your wellbeing, sexual health and mental health.

*Our services for men are open to anyone who self-identifies as a man, some or all of the time. This includes non-binary or gender-fluid people who want to access a men's space. We try to make our services welcoming and accessible to all; if you have any specific access requirements please let us know and we'll try to help.


Sexual Health

Mental Health


Sharing our experiences

To commemorate Men's Health Week 2017, we're asking gay, bisexual and trans men to share their thoughts on what the term 'Healthy' mean's to them. Read their responses and explore different ways you can look after your health, here.

We'll be tweeting throughout the week from our account @LGBTfdn along with #MHW2017. Ask us questions about our services and tell us how you manage your health either by tweeting us dropping us an email at

Accessing support

If you'd like to talk through the different services LGBT Foundation offers, give us a call on 0345 3 30 30 30 or drop us an email at 

Social groups

Greater Manchester has a wide range of social groups for gay and bisexual men from sports teams through to monthly reading meetups. These groups offer some great opportunities to meet new friends and try out activities you've never got round to. Here's just a few in the area:

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Village Spartans

Manchester Village Spartans RUFC is North West England's inclusive rugby team for gay, bi and straight men. 

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Icebreakers is a self help, mutual support group in Manchester that helps gay and bisexual men aged 18 to 80 plus.

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Rochdale Asian Men's Group

A monthly group for Asian men who identify as gay, bisexual or questioning, based in Rochdale. The group offers a confidential social space, with a range of activities and workshops.

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Manchester Frontrunners

Manchester Frontrunners (MFR for short) are part of International Frontrunners, a network of LGBT running clubs all over the world. 
The Manchester club was formed in 2005, and has been growing ever since. They now have approximately 120 members. They welcome and cater for all ability of runners, whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned long distance runner.