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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Six in ten gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had not experienced any incidences of domestic abuse in a relationship with a man since the age of 16.

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Crime: Domestic Abuse

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More than a third of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had experienced at least one incident of domestic abuse in a relationship with a man since the age of 16.

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Crime: Domestic Abuse

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80% of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West reported that their GP surgery was not gay or bisexual friendly in the last year.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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Half of gay and bisexual male respondents had not experienced any domestic abuse since the age of 16.

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Crime: Domestic Abuse

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Half of gay and bisexual male respondents from the North West had experienced domestic abuse since the age of 16.

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Crime: Domestic Abuse

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20% of gay and bisexual men reported that they experienced a GP or healthcare worker who assumed that he was heterosexual.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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One in ten gay and bisexual respondents from the North West did not feel that they were treated with respect and dignity while they were in the Emergency Department.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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More than one in ten gay and bisexual respondents from the North West felt that they were sometimes treated with respect and dignity while they were in the outpatients department.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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One in five gay and bisexual respondents from the North West felt that they were sometimes treated with respect and dignity while they were in the hospital.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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Three quarters of the gay and bisexual male respondents reported that they had never experienced a GP or healthcare worker who assumed that they were heterosexual, despite being gay or bisexual.

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Discrimination: Healthcare

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