A new poll shows very high participation despite fears that young people wouldn’t vote in a postal survey.
A new survey has examined global attitudes around LGBTI people.
“Gay men have no fear in expressing platonic affection and love for their best friends – now it seems straight men are catching on”
The research surveyed 859 trans people aged 14–25 years, along with 194 parents and guardians.
The landmark data in the report was based on a survey completed by more than 30,000 university students across all 39 Australian universities.
The results of the Opposites Attract study were presented at the International AIDS Society Conference in Paris.
Over 99 per cent of men living with HIV in the survey reported being on treatment, and over 97 per cent of those men on treatment have an undetectable viral load.
The study also suggests that male teachers are less comfortable working with trans kids compared to female teachers.