TAIMI — the world’s first LGBTQI+ dating and social network joins efforts to help fill the data gap on the mental well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people. The goal is to create better conditions and improve health services.
TAIMI, the world’s first LGBTQI+ dating and social network issues a call to action for all its users and friends to fill out a survey created by the LGBT Foundation together with The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
The survey aims to evaluate happiness, sex and quality of life for LGBTI people. The collected data will help address immediate concerns and advocate for improvement when it comes to treatment and services provided to LGBTI people.
Although there are studies that evaluate the well-being of LGBTI people through measuring levels of violence, legal status and health―often HIV risk and status―few look at the mental well-being of LGBTI people, which is essential to ensuring their overall health and access to economic opportunities. Data are also lacking on LGBTI people in Africa, Asia and Latin America, which the survey hopes to address.
TAIMI is a strong supporter of promoting equal rights and spreading the message of freedom. The dating and social network recently launched in Singapore and is looking to become available in Asia in the near future. TAIMI also just released in Central and South America with a full release European release planned for this coming weekend.
When given the opportunity to join forces on this study — TAIMI proudly said yes. It is always the company’s goal to raise awareness as well as highlight our extensive commitment to the fight against state-sponsored homophobia around the globe.
TAIMI’s Head of Business Development Halyna Virt underlines the importance of such groundbreaking studies: “TAIMI is very glad to be joining efforts to promote the UNAIDS and LGBT Foundation’s study on global LGBTI happiness. It is our mission to make sure all people are treated as equal regardless of where they are on the gender and sexuality spectrum. It is crucial for all LGBTQI+ people to respond to this study so together we can make an impact and push for the necessary improvements around the world.”
TAIMI prides itself on being a reliable and safe network where users can freely post their opinions, create groups and form communities.
The global LGBT Happiness survey is available here: https://www.research.net/r/Happiness_Taimi