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To help fill the gaps in the LGBTQ+ photography archive, Skittles, GAY TIMES and Queer Britain, the UK’s first LGBTQ+ museum, have enlisted the help of Getty Images. Together, with your help, we want to fill in the gaps of our community’s history. Scroll below to find out more.

We're also granting five bursaries to emerging photographers (UK residents only) who are passionate about the world of media, arts or advertising to help inspire and further their future careers. To find out more or apply, visit

We want you to share unseen images from the past 50 years of Pride in the UK.  Whether this involves asking queer members of your family for their pictures of Pride events from the past, or reaching out to any LGBTQ+ elders you may know, it will provide an incredible opportunity to unearth some essential, but previously hidden, queer stories.

Click next to submit your photography and be a part of this celebratory campaign.

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This is the third year SKITTLES has been a key supporter of Switchboard, helping to raise awareness of the crucial service they provide to the LGBTQ+ community.

Since 1974, Switchboard has run an LGBTQ+ helpline that has supported millions of people in need of someone to talk to.

They continue to help LGBTQ+ people every single day – no matter what the question. Switchboard’s LGBTQ+ helpline can be reached on 0300 330 0630. Click here to find out more about the services Switchboard provides and to help support their mission.

On 23 June, SKITTLES will launch a bespoke Hub on GAY TIMES that will showcase content from this Pride-filled project. From historical context for the images re-colourised as part of this campaign, to intergenerational conversations with diverse members of the LGBTQ+ community, it will be a destination that will celebrate, inspire and educate through recognising the journey we have been on.

Check back in June to learn more about the queer pioneers who came before us.