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 gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West felt that they were treated with respect and dignity at all times while they were in the hospital.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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More than 80% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West felt that they were treated with respect and dignity at all times while they were in the outpatients department.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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75% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West felt that they were treated with respect and dignity at all times while they were in the Emergency Department.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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80% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West were sure of what the policy of their GP surgery is on confidentiality.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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80% of gay and bisexual respondents from the North West felt that they were treated with respect and dignity at all times while they were in the hospital.

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Discrimination: Healthcare, Other
Mental Health: Other
Sexual Health: Other

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40% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West reported that their GP surgery has a clear confidentiality policy in relation to their sexuality.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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More than 60% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had not had a negative experience relating to their sexual orientation when accessing healthcare in the last year.

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Discrimination: Healthcare, Other

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Half of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West reported that their GP surgery does not have a clear confidentiality policy in relation to their sexuality.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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More than 1 in 10 gay and bisexual respondents from the North West had not experienced an opportunity to discuss their sexual orientation when accessing health care in the last year.

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Discrimination: Healthcare, Other

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80% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had experienced an opportunity to discuss their sexual orientation when accessing health care in the last year.

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Discrimination: Healthcare, Other

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More than 1 in 3 gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had one or more negative experiences relating to their sexual orientation when accessing healthcare in the last year.

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Discrimination: Healthcare, Other

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More than 1 in 10 gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West reported that their GP or other health care professional provided a positive experience for them and their partner at an appointment or consultation in the last year.

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Discrimination: Healthcare, Other

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More than 80% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West said that their GP or other healthcare professional provided a negative experience for them and their partner at an appointment or consultation in the last year.

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Discrimination: Healthcare, Other

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More than 1 in 10 gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West were currently experiencing moderate to severe anxiety and depression.

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Mental Health: Depression, Anxiety

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90% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West were not currently experiencing moderate to severe depression with mild or no anxiety.

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Mental Health: Depression, Anxiety

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1 in 10 gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West were currently experiencing moderate to severe depression with mild or no anxiety.

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Mental Health: Depression, Anxiety

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97% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had not made an attempt on their life in the last year.

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Mental Health: Suicide & Self Harm, Suicidal Thoughts

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3% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had made an attempt on their life in the last year.

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Mental Health: Suicide & Self Harm, Suicidal Thoughts

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More than 1 in 10 gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West were categorised as obese according to their body mass index.

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Physical Health: Other

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2% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West were categorised as morbidly obese according to their body mass index.

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Physical Health: Other

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