Damage is done when a child or young person feels that being LGBT would be a misfortune or a disappointment.

Together we can stop the damage.

Take the Equal Future Pledge

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

    

       

On behalf of Equal Future 2018, YouGov conducted a survey in the world’s eight largest Catholic countries.

Results from the poll are now available to view.

View Results

On behalf of Equal Future 2018, YouGov conducted a survey in the world’s eight largest Catholic countries.

Results from the poll are now available to view.

View Results
  • Equal Future 2018 is an international humanitarian campaign.
  • We are raising awareness of the damage done to children when they feel that being LGBT would be a misfortune or a disappointment.
  • We aim to shift behavior, across the world, right away, taking advantage of a unique moment in time.

A Unique Opportunity

0 Days since the Synod on Young People

  • With 1.3 billion people baptized Catholic world-wide, the Catholic Church has significant cultural reach.
  • Catholic Church leaders have been asked by people around the world supporting the Equal Future Campaign to consider the role that the church’s teaching on LGBT has had in giving children and young people the feeling that being LGBT would be a misfortune or a disappointment.
  • There was a Synod, or meeting, in October 2018 that was concerned about young people facing exclusion for social or religious reasons – not just young Catholics, but all young people, without exception.
  • That meeting submitted recommendations to Pope Francis, leader of the Catholic Church, who in the coming months is now expected to issue new teaching on the subject. We await what he has to say…