We are continuously running an online campaign celebrating our queerness by sharing stories from queer/LGBTQ+ people about what they love the most about being queer/LGBTQ+.
If you want to take part, let us know what you love the most about being queer/LGBTQ+ by filling out our short survey.
Emerging Sexualities -
In 2021, we asked over 3,500 of you about your sexual orientations, attractions, gender identities, mental health and wellbeing, and a bunch of other questions. The results from this nationwide study will be published in several articles in 2022-2023.
More and more people, in particular emerging adults
(18-29), reject the heteronormative gender binary and identify as non-binary. We have surveyed over 750 non-binary people in the UK to help us better understand this increasingly adopted gender identity. Are you non-binary and would like to take part in the study?
Who identify as non-binary?
A binary view of sexual attraction has often dominated the sexuality discourse in the past, but in more recent years a more nuanced and spectrum-based approach to sexual attraction has emerged. Measures to account for a spectrum based approach to sexuality has been developed and we have surveyed a number of people with varying sexual identities using these measures.