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Project report: Solidarity but not similarity? LGBT Communities in the twenty first century

November 21, 2012

The term ‘LGBT community’ is increasingly used in policy, practice and research, yet there is little explicit discussion of what the application of the concept of ‘community’ means to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people. This study therefore sought to examine understandings and experiences of LGBT communities, and assess implications for LGBT health and wellbeing.

The study had two elements: first to bring together existing (predominantly UK) literature from a range of subject disciplines, including geography, health studies, history, psychology and sociology; second to consult with a range of LGBT people via an interactive website, short online survey and a series of in-depth interviews and discussion groups. Question areas were geared towards understanding views on, and experiences of, communities currently, in the past, and in the future.

Click here for a full copy of the report (pdf format).


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