UK cities like Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield and Leeds have the highest gay population in the country.
But according to the latest data from the British Psychological Society, only a quarter of all the people in these cities are gay, with many gay people living in the countryside.
But that’s not what the majority of people are saying, according to The Independent.
“There’s been a big drop in the number of gay people in London over the last decade,” said Simon Hoggard, the executive director of the BPS.
“The biggest drop in gay people is in London, the other big cities in the north of England.”
Hoggard added that the drop in LGBT people was partly down to a lack of funding and discrimination.
“When we first started looking at the data, we were surprised to see that there was no change,” he said.
“We found that the proportion of people who were in a relationship had fallen from 45 per cent to 35 per cent.”
That’s a very, very small drop.
The number of people in relationships has dropped from 15 to 12 per cent in London.
It’s a small number.
And the number in relationships was down from 18 to 12 in Birmingham.
“The BPS data comes as a new report revealed that the number is set to double by 2030.
The report, “Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity in the UK”, looked at how the gay community is represented in the public sphere.”
So there’s a lot of concern that we may see the number that’s gay and lesbian go up, that people may feel unsafe.””
They’re being targeted by the police and the criminal justice system.”
So there’s a lot of concern that we may see the number that’s gay and lesbian go up, that people may feel unsafe.
“Haggards said there was also a “very big drop” in people living together, which was not surprising.”
A lot of the people who are gay live in rural areas and they tend to live with people of a different sexual orientation or gender identity,” he explained.”
In the past we have had people who have been in relationships, and that may be one reason why the number has dropped.
But the other thing is that there are also a lot more people living with heterosexual partners.
“Homophobic attacks in the U.K. have spiked since the introduction of same-sex marriage in 2016, the BPI reported.
But the BPA says a majority of homophobic hate crime was reported to police and victims of hate crime were often unaware of the threat of homophobic violence.
Hoggards also pointed to the growing rise in violence against transgender people, saying that they were often targeted for their gender identity.”
The number of transgender people who feel unsafe is increasing,” he added.”
It’s happening in different forms of violence, including verbal and physical attacks.