You Never Know if You Will be Treated Properly and with Respect Voices of LGBTIQA People who Lived Through Disasters

Though based on experiences shared by LGBTQ+ people living in Australia and New Zealand, the findings are universal: these community members often have a very different experience after disaster strikes. The author lists various reasons behind this challenge (e.g., not being fully out at the time of the incident, fear of relationship not being accepted by mainstream support providers, and unwelcome spaces).
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