An LGBT hate crime is any criminal offence which is perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by a hostility or prejudice based on a person's (perceived) sexual orientation or gender identity.
"Only 6% of anti-LGBT harrassment in the UK is reported to police." People decide not to report hate crimes for a whole ...
We would like to say a big thank you to Nikki Wheeler. She has been working at Intercom for the past 3 months on her Clinical Psychology placement from Plymouth University, and today is her last day ...
I am a transgender woman with a lot of problems from my past, the guys at Intercom Exeter have been so good for me they have been absolutely amazing for me since moving to Devon. They are such great supportive people, am so glad of their support always a big wide smile from me.
Jim K. from Cornwall
One member of the Intercom trust was my 'rock' on the end of a telephone at a time when I felt so alone.
Lindsey from Dorset
This member of the Intercom Trust gave me the strength to stand up for my son. My son is now a happy young man. I cannot thank them enough for the help they have given me.
Gregory W. from Bath
I have so many gay friends who have committed suicide due to the lack of support for LGBTQ minorities, that charities such as the Intercom are a brilliant support for our community, and go out of their way to help.
John from Bournemouth
Intercom helped me to develop a sense of LGBT community, that fits with my individual interests. I've met some wonderful friends as a result, how good is that!
Names have been changed to protect identities. Written testimonials on file.
At a glance
Intercom Trust is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community resource covering the South West.