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Understanding how coercive control can affect LGBTQIA+ people

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Understanding how coercive control can affect LGBTQIA+ people

This factsheet explains what coercive control is, and how people use coercive control against lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA+) people. It includes a list of some of the signs of coercive control against LGBTQIA+ people, a case study to help know how to recognise these signs, and how to seek help.
Target audience:
General
Service area:
National
Published:
March 2024
Last reviewed:
April 2024
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