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New data from fall 2020 shows a stark difference in the impact of the pandemic on LGBTQ people and people of color
A study recently published in a journal published by the American Medical Association finds that sexual minority veterans are at increased risk of suicide mortality....
Study hopes to asses whether individualized risk assessments would be just as effective as categorical bans
LGBTQ people experience more job losses, reduced access to healthcare, and greater social isolation
Children of same-sex parents in the Netherlands are more likely to graduate high school
Only 39% of gay and bisexual men said they had told partners about COVID-like symptoms or a positive diagnosis
Sex during COVID-19? Wear a mask and don't kiss, study says
Non-LGBTQ Americans are more likely to support LGBTQ relatives and equal rights if they have been exposed to LGBTQ-inclusive media
Only 11% of transgender respondents have an accurate gender marker on all of their identity documents
Trans individuals subjected to conversion therapy as children are four times more likely to attempt suicide
Surveys of university students show respondents perceived American culture as more accepting of gay individuals
Gay people are more likely to experience mental health problems, depressed moods, and intimate partner problems
More than 1 in 10 respondents admitting to some type of image-based sexual abuse
A new study finds that Massachusetts’ public accommodations nondiscrimination laws that include gender identity have no affect on the number or frequency of criminal incidents...
More Latinx millennials identify as LGBTQ than any other group