Attitudes to LGHB sexualities were then analysed, focusing on a variety of opinions that heterosexual participants fostered; those who were most opposed often positioned themselves as a morally good person, even if LGHB equalities were not supported. This highlights the specificity of the UK context, where disapproval is seen as out of sync with wider cultural and legal values; thus young adults who oppose sexual inequality have to create a much stronger moral rationale for their position. Finally, we considered participants recalling the channels through which sexual knowledge was transmitted, focusing on religious faith, religious leaders and the media. Consistent with many other studies, our participants often felt let down by adults’ transmission strategies, instead creating their own forms of support.