In November 2019, the National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Project launched a social media campaign titled #OutAgainstAbuse. Aimed at raising awareness of domestic abuse in LGBT+ relationships and encouraging survivors to seek help, the campaign ran for four weeks on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. This page collects & archives the main content from the campaign.

Lead Video

The lead video was the first element of the campaign to be published, introducing the four Survivor Stories the rest of the campaign would be based on.

Survivor Story Intro Images

At the beginning of each week, a Survivor Story intro image was posted featuring a quote from the Survivor Story audio. Due to platform-specific restrictions, alternate versions were used on Facebook & Twitter.

Survivor Story Videos

During each week, a short section of the Survivor Story audio was posted as a ‘trailer’ for the longer form pieces. The audio and transcripts are available here:
Survivor Story OneSurvivor Story TwoSurvivor Story ThreeSurvivor Story Four


Throughout the campaign, a series of infographics were released. These were based on information from the Recognise & Respond report.

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