Documenting and reporting sexual orientation discrimination


Concealment of sexual orientation in the workplace



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Concealment of sexual orientation in the workplace

3 In the last two years have you felt the need to conceal your sexual orientation or avoid discussing it at the workplace?


Yes, all the time / Yes, but not from all colleagues / No, I could discuss my private life as openly as my heterosexual colleagues

4 If you hide your sexual orientation, from whom do you hide it?


Clients and customers / employers, bosses / other colleagues / children, teenagers / other

SECTION D - HOUSING
1. In the last two years have you had problems connected with renting/purchasing a flat/house because of your sexual orientation?
Yes / No / Not applicable (either because I have not been renting/purchasing a flat/house, or because I have concealed my orientation)

Please describe the incident(s)


2. In the last two years have you concealed your sexual orientation from neighbours or landlords to avoid discrimination?
Yes / No


SECTION E - HEALTH

1. In the last two years have you experienced a situation where a representative of the health services, having learned about your sexual orientation, treated you differently/less favourably than before or than heterosexual patients? (E.g. requested additional tests, used additional hygienic protection, refused access to medical services, rejected you as a blood donor, patronised you, commented on your lifestyle in a negative manner, refused to provide help, was not able to provide you with specialised help, etc)


Yes / No / Not applicable (because I have not sought health services, or because I conceal my sexual orientation)
If yes, please describe your experience:

SECTION F - OTHER SERVICES

1. In the last two years have you been treated differently/less favourably than heterosexual people on the grounds of your sexual orientation when dealing with general services available to the public (e.g. by local authorities, courts, bars, clubs, shops, public transport, taxis, beaches)?


Yes / No / Not applicable (as I conceal my sexual orientation)
2. If so, which of the following
Local authorities / courts / pubs/clubs / shops / public transport / taxis / beaches / other

If yes, please describe your experience:




SECTION G - FAITH ORGANISATIONS

1. In the last two years, when PERSONALLY IN DIRECT CONTACT with a representative of a faith organisation, have you experienced different/less favourable treatment than heterosexual people on the grounds of your sexual orientation?







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