Not Everyone is “Out”

Gay men in city holding hands

Man has the right to love as he will.

According to IOL, 74 percent of 1,000 people recently surveyed lie about their sexuality or gender. In fact, “59 per cent of LGBT+ respondents said they had felt threatened by other people’s attitudes and behaviours towards them, compared to just 16 per cent of the straight people surveyed.”

IOL further reports that Alison Camps, the Pride London’s marketing director and deputy chair of Quadrangle Research, explains, “This is what this year’s campaign #nofilter is all about. We will recognise those people who must live life under a filter, fight for them, and celebrate a day of #nofilter.”

The majority of people in the LGBT+ community still feel the need to lie about their sexuality, a survey has found.


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