Sexual diversity: 10% of Chileans say they feel part of the LGBT+ community and 65% favor adoption by gay parents

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06/27/2023

Research company Ipsos has launched a new edition of the report “LGBT+ Pride 2023”, a study that highlights society’s perception of sexual diversity around the world and thus the disenfranchised community in Chile and other countries. Discovers new aspects and trends about. And according to Miguel Angel Pinto, assistant manager of public studies, although there is agreement on the need for inequalities of all kinds to harm our societies today, the perception in many countries is that they are increasing rather than receding. The survey, which was conducted among 22,514 people in 30 countries, concluded that 9% said they were part of the LGBT+ community, a figure made up of those who identify as gay, lesbian or lesbian, bisexual, pansexual/all-encompassing. identify as. Asexual, transgender, non-binary/gender non-conforming/gender fluid. Brazil (15%) and Spain (14%) are the countries that top the list, while Peru (4%) comes last in the ranking. In Chile, 10% of those surveyed said they were part of an LGBT+ group. Of these, 3% of adults identify as transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, or gender different from male and female, a percentage comparable to countries such as France, Brazil, Canada, or Japan. While the same figure (3%) declare themselves gay, lesbian or lesbian and 4% as bisexual.

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