Evidence Exchange of LGBT Statistics

Welcome to LGBT Foundation’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.

Watch the video or click on the links below to find out how to use the Evidence Exchange and how it can help you.

To access the full Evidence Exchange you need to register with LGBT Foundation –  please click here

Who is the Evidence Exchange for? | How to use the Evidence Exchange
Adding your research to the Evidence Exchange | Evidence Exchange glossary & search help

  • Search: 
  • Year: 
  • -
The recent Brighton & Hove Trans Needs Assessment suggested that trans people in the city have on average lower rates of satisfaction with hospital care than the general population(65% vs 85%). 21% of respondents were reported to be dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with hospital care in the city.

Topics:
Physical Health: Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare

Year: 2016

read more
Nearly three quarters of LBQ women who said they visited sexual health clinics did so less than once a year.

Topics:
Sexual Health: Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare

Year: 2016

read more
44% LBQ women surveyed said they had not visited a sexual health clinic.

Topics:
Sexual Health: Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare

Year: 2016

read more
21% of LBQ women surveyed indicated that they would like to access a women's only exercise class.

Topics:
Physical Health: Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Year: 2016

read more
19% of LBQ women surveyed indicated that they would like to access a women's only sports group.

Year: 2016

read more
22% of LBQ women surveyed indicated that they would like to access an LGBT specific exercise class.

Topics:
Physical Health: Other, Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Year: 2016

read more
18% of LBQ women surveyrd indicated that they would like to access an LGBT specific sports group

Topics:
Physical Health: Other, Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Year: 2016

read more
Six percent of LBQ women surveyed identified as having an eating disorder, but nearly twice as many felt they could not control what they ate.

Topics:
Physical Health: Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Year: 2016

read more
Nearly a quarter of LBQ women surveyed described their relationship with food as 'problematic'

Topics:
Physical Health: Other, Other, Other, Other, Other

Year: 2016

read more
In a sample of lesbian, bisexual and 'queer' women, bisexual women were more than twice as likely than the overall sample respondents to say that they were not out about their sexual orientation to their GP (32% compared to 15%)

Topics:
Physical Health: Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare, Healthcare

Year: 2016

read more