#LBTWomensHealth20 Facts and Figures


In 2019 we prepared a .pdf which outlines some key evidence around the inequalities faced by the women in our communities and how these inequalities affect their health.

Click below for a fully-referenced collection of facts and figures which help articulate why LBT Women’s Health Week is so vital.

LBT Womens Health Inequalities – The Facts

word document: LBT Womens Health Inequalities – The Facts

Mental Health

We have also compiled some of the key information on LGBTQ Women’s Mental Health. This briefing was rapidly prepared in response to a request from colleagues in parliament in preparation for a debate on women’s mental health.

Click below for some key information on LGBTQ+ women’s mental health.

Parliamentary debate briefing on LGBTQ Women’s Mental Health

word document: Parliamentary debate briefing on LGBTQ Women’s Mental Health

Other publications

Two of the key publications that we use when providing information on LGBTQ+ women’s health inequalities and health needs and experiences are:

Stonewall’s LGBT in Britain: Health Report and PHE’s Improving the health and wellbeing of lesbian and bisexual women and other women who have sex with women

Harri Weeks recently spoke to VICE about why LGBTQ+ women experience health inequalities and what to do about it, you can read the article here: Queer Women Are More Unhealthy Than Straight Women. This Is Why


In 2019 we ran a webinar during LBT Women’s Health Week which outlined some of the current research in the area of LGBTQ+ Women’s Health.

During LBT Women’s Health Week 2020, NHS England & Improvement will run a webinar which outlines findings from the National GP Patients Survey as they relate to LGBTQ+ women, and particularly bisexual women.