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How lockdown changed the coming out experience for LGBT people

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Emmy Brunner says: ‘One of the most painful things that I’ve learnt from working with the LGBTQ+ community over the last 18 months is just how lonely their journey of self-acceptance and coming out has been.‘One of the most comforting things about being LGBTQ+ is the incredible community of people that are available to offer support and guidance and this hasn’t be so readily available during the pandemic.‘For lots of people ‘coming out’ is a gradual process but lockdown has forced a lot of people to move back home and into potentially unsafe domestic spaces where their coming out has felt like more of an urgent or forced disclosure.‘There has been an increase in cases of mental health problems within this community and ongoing insecurity in.

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