Two fifths of LGBTQ+ sexual assault victims do not seek professional help, survey finds

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A new survey has revealed the stark reality LGBTQ+ sexual assault victims face when it comes to seeking help after their ordeal.

Content warning: This story may include topics that could make some readers feel uncomfortable. Two fifths of LGBTQ+ victims did not seek help from any organisation or service, it was found.

It was also discovered that of those who opted not to report their experience, fears of being judged and not believed were the most common reasons for not doing so at 43% each.

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