Evidence Exchange of LGB&T Statistics

Welcome to the LGF’s Evidence Exchange, an evidence base of statistics about lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) needs and experiences.

Topics range from healthcare to homophobia and schools to safer sex. The evidence base is continuously updated to include new research, and all records include as much information about the statistic as possible.

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Over three quarters of LGBT respondents would not feel comfortable talking to your teacher(s), one-on-one, about LGBT issues.

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Discrimination: Education

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Over 8 in 10 LGBT respondents would not feel comfortable talking to their school principal about LGBT issues

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Discrimination: Education

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Only 1 in 10 LGBT respondents agreed/strongly agreed that they would feel comfortable talking to your teacher(s), one-on-one, about LGBT issues

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Discrimination: Education

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Nearly half of LGBT respondents disagreed/strongly disagreed that they feel/felt proud to belong to their school.

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Discrimination: Education

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6 in 10 LGBT respondents disagreed/strongly disagreed that there is/was at least one teacher/other adult in school they could talk to.

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Discrimination: Education

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Nearly two fifths of LGBT respondents disagreed/strongly disagreed that other students at their school liked them the way there were/are.

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Discrimination: Education

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6 in 10 LGBT respondents agreed/strongly agreed that they were/are treated with as much respect as other students.

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Discrimination: Education

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Nearly three quarters of LGBT respondents disagreed/strongly disagreed that they could/can really be themselves at school.

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Discrimination: Education

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8 in 10 LGBT respondents agreed/strongly agreed that people at my school are/were friendly to me.

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Discrimination: Education

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Nearly half of LGBT respondents disagreed/strongly disagreed that they felt/feel like a real part of their school.

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Discrimination: Education

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