The Trust is inviting LGBT people to take part in "The Big South West Community Survey", to express their thoughts about the world in which they live, including health services, community safety, social care and much more.
It hopes the survey results will establish what LGBT people’s experiences are of their local services and find out whether prejudice and exclusion are things of the past.
And, it says, the survey results will make a difference. Where change turns out to be needed, Intercom says it will work with the communities to make change happen.
Dr Michael Halls, of the Intercom Trust, said: “We’re aiming to make this the largest and most representative surveys ever of LGB and Trans people in the South West.
"If we can reach 1,000 responses, that would be great! And why not? It’s secure, it’s confidential, it’s all about real people’s real lives — and there are prizes!”
The survey is available online at: www.lgbt.voicesinaction.com