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Many people who identify as LGBTQ are experiencing lockdown differently than their heterosexual peers — especially those stuck in homophobic homes. And LGBTQ organizations around the world are seeing significant upticks in calls for help.  

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Switchboard, the UK’s leading LGBT+ helpline, is receiving 20% more calls, emails and instant messages than they did before the pandemic.

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