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Exclusive: Anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination most common in educational settings, survey finds

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LGBTQ+ people who experienced discrimination in the last 12 months were subjected to it in an educational setting or at home more than anywhere else, a joint survey from GAY TIMES and Channel 4 News has found.

The 2,237 respondents were able to select multiple settings from a list of places they experienced prejudice in over the last year.

Of the 1,101 who said they did face intolerance, the majority (24%) said it took place in an educational setting. Approximately 15% were subjected to it at home, with 12% being discriminated against during visits to a café, bar, pub, restaurant or nightclub.

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