What you can do
Living Together (2012) is the first study of its kind to ask people in Wales their views on lesbian, gay and bisexual equality.
- More than four in five people (83 per cent) believe it is right to tackle prejudice against lesbian, gay and bisexual people where they say it exists.
- More than four in five people (85 per cent) believe that lesbian, gay and bisexual people should be able to be open about their sexual orientation, in any circumstances.
- Four in five people (79 per cent) think the media still rely heavily on clichéd stereotypes of lesbian, gay and bisexual people.
- More than two in three people (68 per cent) think that religious attitudes are responsible for public prejudice against lesbian, gay and bisexual people in Wales today, where they believe it exists. Sixty two per cent of people of faith agree.
- More than three in five people (63 per cent) believe Wales has a responsibility to protect people who come to the UK fleeing persecution in their home countries because they are lesbian, gay or bisexual.
- More than nine in ten (94 per cent) of people think homophobic bullying in schools should be tackled.