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LGBTQ Helpline

Reporting service for homophobic and transphobic violence and advisory service for all LGBTQ+ issues

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- Reporting office for hate crimes: Those who have experienced anti-LGBTIQ violence should report the incident to the LGBTIQ Helpline – regardless, whether you want to file a report to the police or not. Witnesses of anti-LGBTIQ violence can contact us. Your report will help to protect both you and every other person that was or still could be affected. Additionally, our advisers at the LGBTIQ Helpline offer support and can, if needed, refer you to specialists for victims of violence or search therapists for you. - Advice for and by queer people: All our advisers are LGBTIQ themselves. They have reflected on their own sexual orientation and gender identity and their innate variation in gender characteristics, have come out and know what those seeking advice are talking or writing about. They take the time to listen to you and are there for you. You can ask them all of your questions and you can share your experiences with them.
  • Reporting office for hate crimes: Those who have experienced anti-LGBTIQ violence should report the incident to the LGBTIQ Helpline – regardless, whether you want to file a report to the police or not. Witnesses of anti-LGBTIQ violence can contact us. Your report will help to protect both you and every other person that was or still could be affected. Additionally, our advisers at the LGBTIQ Helpline offer support and can, if needed, refer you to specialists for victims of violence or search therapists for you.

  • Advice for and by queer people: All our advisers are LGBTIQ themselves. They have reflected on their own sexual orientation and gender identity and their innate variation in gender characteristics, have come out and know what those seeking advice are talking or writing about. They take the time to listen to you and are there for you. You can ask them all of your questions and you can share your experiences with them.

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