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Come Out For LGBT (Cymru)

The fight for equality is far from over.

Come out for LGBT

The fight for equality is far from over.

Whatever you do and however you do it, it’s time to come out in support of LGBT.

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Thank you! Together, we’ll show the world that hate and inequality don’t stand a chance. Use the buttons below to share your support for #ComeOutForLGBT and encourage others to do the same.

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Watch the film

Whether you are at home, at work or in the pub, there are countless ways we can all Come Out for LGBT. Watch and share our campaign film.

Stonewall videos

Meet the people who have Come Out For LGBT and how they’ve done it. You might have seen them on a billboard, on TV or on social media – now find out who they are and why they’re part of our campaign.

Behind the scenes

Hear from Gok Wan, Stonewall staff and many more about why this campaign is important.

Gina's story


'LGBT in Wales - Hate Crime and Discrimination (2017) is the latest research from Stonewall Cymru, drawing from over1200 respondents across Wales and showing that our work is far from finished.

1 in 4

Almost 1 in 4 LGBT people have experienced a hate crime or incident in the last 12 months.


Half of trans people have experienced a hate crime or incident the last 12 months.

4 in 5

LGBT people who experienced a hate crime or incident didn't report the incident to the police

1 in 10

LGBT people who were looking for a house or apartment to rent or buy in the last year felt discriminated against

Read the full research