If you have questions about your own sexuality and would like to find some support or further sources of help, then you've come to the right place. This includes help for parents or other family members, or if you have been affected by changes in the sexuality of your partner, parent or other family member.
There are also organisations that can help you if your own sexuality has become an issue in a relationship breakdown or custody dispute.
The LGBT Cymru Helpline is a free service for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, which can help with any 'coming out' issues, and can help you talk through problems and encourage you to feel more confident about meeting other people like yourself. More contact details on the website.
For more information about what’s going on for all gay people in Wales go to Gaywales, which gives you links to different gay-friendly services available across the country.
Stonewall Cymru are an organisation committed to looking after and promoting the interests of lesbian, gay and bisexual people in Wales, and can give advice on issues such as civil partnerships and discrimination. Go to their website for more information.
The London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard provide a 24 hour phone service to anyone in the UK offering information, support and referrals to lesbians, bisexuals, gay men, transsexuals and straight people wanting information on gay issues.
Relate offers counselling, psychosexual therapy, and other services to help those experiencing difficulties in any adult couple relationship. Go to their website for more details of the help they can offer.
FFLAG offers local support and contacts to help parents and families understand, accept and support their lesbian, gay and bisexual members. They also work with anti-homophobic bullying projects and community safety projects.