BREAK THE SILENCE ABOUT LGBT VIOLENCE
Violence comes in different shapes and forms. Within the LGBT community, people are often subjected to emotional, physical and sexual abuse by family, peers and persons in positions of power. Such situations often go unnoticed due to the lack of explicit protection for the LGBTIQ community in Sri Lanka.
If you or someone you know has been a victim of any form of violence based on your sexual orientation or gender identity, share your story with us. We can support you with legal, medical and emotional advice.
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 Lesbians Are Often Forced into Marriage Against Their Will. Which Results In A Lifetime Of Emotional, Physical And Sexual Abuse.
 Lesbian couples get beaten up or verbally abused based on their gender expressions and sexuality.
 Police officers arbitrarily arrest gay men causing physical and emotional distress by blackmailing them.
 Gay men and boys face sexual abuse by family members and peers because of their sexual orientation and gender expression.
 Trans women are sexually abused by law enforcement due to their gender identity and expression.
 Trans women are harassed verbally, physically and sexually on the street for their gender identity and expressions.
 Transmen are often questioned about their genitalia by law enforcement, the medical sector, the work force and other institutions, and are regularly forced to expose themselves causing grave emotional distress.
 Trans men are sexually abused by family members to “cure” them of their gender identity and expressions.
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BREAK THE SILENCE