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Brandi Lee Lough Dennell, Policy and Research Manager. Brandi Lee is based within LGBT Youth Scotland’s Policy and Mainstreaming Team and leads on the LGBT Domestic Abuse project. With a Ph.D. in social anthropology, Brandi Lee has worked on issues related to discrimination and inequality and, since joining the organisation in 2010, specifically on LGBT […]

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There's strength in numbers. Join with the many thousands of people in Scotland who want to take action. Go to the 10 things you can do page and pledge to do one thing to stop domestic abuse.

What is domestic abuse?

Your confidence goes, and the thing is it doesn't start, it's a gradual thing that grinds you away and grinds you away until there's nothing left.

Domestic abuse is persistent and controlling behaviour by a partner or ex-partner which causes physical, sexual and/or emotional harm. It often gets worse over time. It is very common. In most cases, it is experienced by women and children and is perpetrated by men. More about domestic abuse

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