This survey focuses on the lifestyles, prevention and health of people of sexual and gender diversity in the shadow of COVID-19.

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2021-22 version of the Net LGBTQIA+ Barometer, a survey on the overall health (mental, physical, sexual and relational/emotional) of people of sexual and gender diversity. Distributed in associations, on various LGBTQIA+ dating websites and on social networks, this study aims to deepen knowledge on the sociosexual uses of the Internet, online dating and on the relational, emotional or sexual life of LGBTQIA+ people.
In addition, this edition seeks to measure the impact of COVID-19 on these dimensions but also on the consumption of psychoactive substances, sex work, sexual risk reduction strategies and on the adoption/maintenance of biomedical approaches to HIV prevention. Finally, the Barometer also addresses the feeling of multiple discrimination that can affect everyone depending on their life course, their origins, their gender.
This survey could lead as an opportunity of looking back on oneself and on one’s recent experiences in COVID-19 context, but above all, could make it possible to obtain essential data to improve the understanding of the realities and the support of LGBTQIA+ people.