Come out for LGBT
The fight for equality is far from over.
Whatever you do and however you do it, it’s time to come out in support of LGBT.Sign the pledge
We all have a part to play in creating a world where everyone, everywhere can be themselves. There’s a whole range of ways you can Come Out For LGBT to show your support and have an impact on the lives of LGBT people you know, and many more that you don’t.
Being an ally is about being an active friend or support to someone else. Straight people can be allies to LGBT people. allies. LGBT people can be allies to each other. If we want to live in a world where people are accepted without exception, we all need
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Organise a lunch and learn, set up a staff network group, use a Come Out for LGBT mug, put up posters, work with HR to change policies: get active at work now
Order student activity packs and posters, get student support in place, organise LGBT assemblies, learn about and use inclusive language and challenge bullying: get active in education now.
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LGBT IN SCOTLAND REPORT: THE STATISTICS
'LGBT in Scotland - Hate Crime & Discrimination' is the latest research from Stonewall, drawing from over 1260 respondents across Scotland and showing that our work is far from finished.
LGBT people have experienced a hate crime or incident in the last 12 months
Of trans people have experienced a hate crime or incident in the last 12 months
LGBT people who experience a hate crime or incident did not report the incident to the police
LGBT people discriminated against when visiting a café, restaurant, bar or nightclub in the last year