First nationally representative study to examine stress and resilience among three generations of LGB people
Significant proportions of Americans believe that LGBTQ people are treated worse than non-LGBTQ people at work and school, and by law enforcement and healthcare providers, according...
New study examines the social, economic, physical, and psychological well-being of cisgender and transgender LBQ women and girls
Transgender people are over four times more likely than cisgender people to experience violent victimization, including rape, sexual assault, and aggravated or simple assault, according to...
Parents are more likely to be bisexual, in a relationship with a man, and living in non-urban areas
More than half were from the Northern Triangle region of Central America: El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala
Familiarity and favorable attitudes towards PrEP have increased over time, though use remains low
LGBT immigrants are more often male and younger compared to all immigrants in the country
Research finds LGBT people face widespread discrimination in housing, mortgage lending, and homeless shelters and services.
A new study by the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law finds that an estimated 1.2 million adults in the U.S. identify as Black and...