Brazil is receiving one of the most comprehensive surveys on the lives of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and LGBTs. Entitled “LGBT2030,” the project is conducted by Out Now, a consulting firm with 25 years of experience in business research and development for LGBTs.
The idea of the research is to have better understanding and, consequently, to seek improvement in the lives of the LGBT population around the world. Between the end of this year and the beginning of 2018, other countries will also be part of the “LGBT2030”.
According to Ian Johnson, CEO of Out Low, Brazil is seen as one of the most dynamic places in the world. “There are more than 9 million Brazilians who identify themselves as members of the LGBT community. We think that the whole Brazilian society will benefit from having a better understanding of the metrics related to the lives of these people. LGBTs face many of the same problems and concerns of every society, but they also experience specific problems, “he says.
All search results will be available in the second half of 2017. And whoever wants to complete it in a confidential way, just dedicate 15 minutes at http://LGBT2030.com.
The study is part of a global OutNow initiative, which since 2010 has already collected data from more than 100,000 LGBTs who answered surveys in 24 countries.