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my advice would be put it on there. Banks love diversity nowadays and frankly if they discriminate against you for putting it on there then you are better off not working there and have dodged a bullet.
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you would put it on a cv just like you would put any volunteering, internship or work experience, but not because it’s LGBTQ related or that it discloses your sexual orientation; it doesn’t. all it does is list a position you had. it doesn’t tell the employer you are straight, gay, bi, pan, asexual or anything else on the spectrum.

i was also the student rep at my uni for an LGBTQ lawyers association in my region. from that do you know my sexual orientation? do you think my recruiter asked me the question or asked for my gender identity?

just for clarify on the issue of when it’s okay to discrimate on sexual orientation and other protected characteristics read here

https://www.gov.uk/employer-preventi...on/recruitment
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