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The Tab’s Pride reporting series is putting a focus on LGBTQ+ issues

The Tab’s Pride series is highlighting issues LGBTQ+ young people face and we want to uncover the full extent of discrimination at universities, based on someone’s sexuality or gender identity. We want to find out the experience of readers like you and showcase what it’s really like for queer students right now.

The survey answers are anonymous and we will not reveal individual data about people. The survey results will only be accessed by professional editors at The Tab HQ. There is a section at the end to give us your contact details so we can follow up further – but this is 100 per cent optional.

You can read the results and findings of last year’s survey here.

Taking our short survey now will help us share the full extent of homophobia, trasnphobia and queerphobia on campus at UK universties.

The Tab’s Pride reporting series is putting a focus on highlighting LGBTQ+ issues and celebrating queer voices across UK campuses.

If you or someone you know has been affected by this story you can contact Switchboard, the LGBTQ+ helpline, on 0300 330 0630 or visit their website. You can also find help through The Mix

If you’ve got a story you’d like to tell us – whether it’s an incident of homophobia on campus, an experience you’d like to share, or anything you think we should hear, get in touch in confidence by emailing [email protected]

Read more from The Tab’s Pride series:

‘I thought there was something wrong with me’: What it’s like coming out as asexual

It took eight years of bad dates and worse sex but now I’m finally out as asexual

‘It felt embarrassing’: Lesbians are delaying coming out because of harmful stereotypes

Feature image before edits credited to  Cecilie Johnsen on Unsplash.