You have received insults? You have been a victim of sexual assault or have been sexually harassed? You have been bullied or cyberbullied? You have been a victim of domestic abuse? You have been a victim of homophobia, lesbophobia, biphobia or transphobia in housing, employment or your relationships?
You have witnessed an LGBTQI+ person experience violence or abuse?
The main purpose of Alix is to offer a safer space where you can report violence targeting LGBTQI+ people in order to identify its extent and its different forms.
Alix invites you to report what you have lived, and this, in complete anonymity. If you feel like you need it, do not hesitate to contact Interligne: our team is accessible at all times to listen to and support you.
With each shared story, we are one step closer to a better understanding of the violence experienced by LGBTQI+ people. The filled-out forms received will help spread awareness and build resources suitable to the reality and needs of the LGBTQI+ community.
For any comments or suggestions do not hesitate to use the button “Leave a comment” while you’re filling out the form.
NB. – To help the census, it is preferable to fill out one form per situation. You can fill it up as many times as necessary if you want to report several situations.
NB. – The word victim includes the victims and the survivors of violent situations.
Alix thanks you for your time and your courage.