Fresh from celebrating getting to the final – however, it pans out – Trinity the Tuck will hit the stage to celebrate LGBT History Month in the UK at National Student Pride’s after party at iconic London gay venue Heaven.
We’re launching the National Student Pride Ambassador scheme and we need you! We’re looking for any student to help us promote National Student Pride and the amazing event we have planned for later this month. Fancy helping NSP and earning some lovely Amazon vouchers along the way? Here’s how:
You will be given a unique link for you to promote which goes to our ticketing site - Saturday daytime tickets are FREE and a weekend wristband £5.
If 10 people get tickets through your link you will receive a £10 Amazon voucher.
If you can hit 25 tickets then we’ll give you a £25 voucher, and a whopping 50 tickets will get you a £50 Amazon voucher.
You will receive a further £25 voucher for every additional 25 tickets that are booked for the event
As easy as that! If you want to join NSP as an Ambassador simply fill in the form below and someone will be in touch as soon as possible to give you your unique link.
National Student Pride are delighted to announce, this years on stage competition, is strictly queer.
And if the BBC aren’t going to allow same-sex dance couples on their TV show, we will.
We’re thrilled to be returning in 2019, on the weekend of Friday 22nd - Sunday 24th February!
Our weekend festival will be held across a number of venues including the ever popular daytime festival featuring our panel debates and pride.careers fair at the University of Westminster, Marylebone.
You can now get tickets on this very website, frozen in price again for 2019 with a weekend wristband costing £5, which includes entry to a number of G-A-Y venues and drinks deals. Entry to the daytime festival on Saturday 23rd February is absolutely FREE!
National Student Pride call for Government to make sure there is no opt-out for faith schools on LGBT+ issues in Relationship and Sex education
You’ve heard of therapy puppies, right? Well, this year’s National Student Pride is going all out and putting two of the best LGBT youth interests together – YouTubers and Puppies!
From 3pm to 4pm at Westminster University, Marylebone campus, National Student Pride will be hosting its first ever YouTubers & Puppies room!
Today we announce why our February 10th event will highlight a part of the LGBT+ community who are underrepresented and erased – the ‘B.’
In our new video, a line of young people get questioned, judged and grilled – by someone who goes on to guess their sexuality. The challenge to work out who is bisexual, and you might be surprised which of the line-up are...
As the UK marks 30 years since the introduction of the of Section 28, which banned the promotion of queer lifestyles in schools – we should all be questioning how much we know about queer liberation history.
So this year National Student Pride is taking students on a bus tour of London in the most glamorous way - hosted by a queer performer of course.
Do you have your ticket yet?
Fresh from schooling the nation on being beyond the binary, we’re excited to announce that Courtney Act will be making an appearance at National Student Pride.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race alumni and recent Big Brother contestant is coming to National Student Pride searching for a date… and you could be that lucky person!
Vulnerable young LGBT+ people are still getting kicked out of their homes when they come out – and it is destroying their lives.
That’s why this year, with Albert Kennedy Trust, National Student Pride will be putting young homeless voices at the core of our event.
We're asking people to submit their best (and most HQ) pictures to us, and we want to make a huge banner of everyone's pictures to show off. Find out how you can be part of the campaign.
Are you walking with us at London Pride 2017? This is what you need to know
72% of LGBT students say that inclusive Sex and Relationships Education would have given them a better first sexual experience
A week after the government announced compulsory Sex and Relationships Education, a poll by National Student Pride and Terrence Higgins Trust has revealed that many LGBT students are being left behind due to a lack of LGBT inclusive SRE.
Three quarters (72%) of LGBT students felt they would have had a better first sexual experience if they had received LGBT inclusive Sex and Relationships Education.
After a weekend at National Student Pride (including with guests Olly Alexander from Years & Years, Stella Creasy and Jodie Marsh) where we spent the event talking about the need for better Sex Education we're blown away by today's announcement from Justine Greening. Quote available in release
VIDEO: Stella Creasy MP on Female Condoms and 'What we learned from Jimmy Saville was that we need better Sex Education'
Stella Creasy MP has discussed the need for better Sex Education and spoke about examples of why young people need it more so than ever.
She was speaking at National Student Pride at the University of Westminster on February 25th on the Attitude Sex Education Panel.
Jodie Marsh opened up about her sex life explaining that even though she fancies both men and women, and previously identifying as bisexual - right now, she is asexual because she “is just not interested in sex”
VIDEO: Olly Alexander 'I was given sex-ed by a virgin' & he reveals his first love was a straight boy he fooled around with at 14
Olly Alexander, frontman of Years & Years, discussed his awful Sex Education in school and the fact that he was taught Sex Ed by a teacher who was a virgin, with no experience to even rely on in the class.
Ahead of this year’s National Student Pride, taking place this weekend at the University of Westminster opposite Baker street. We’ll be talking about intersectionality Saturday 25th February.
That’s why in this fun video, we’ve giggled about the crazy amount of other flags there are to represent LGBT+ … before realising just how important they all are.
THIS IS SO EXCITING. Years and Years BAE Olly Alexander is coming to National Student Pride to talk about Sex and Relationships Education.
We are delighted to announce that National Student Pride are working in partnership with Brighton Pride to make the UK’s Biggest Pride Festival even more accessible to students from across the UK and internationally.