More than one-third are living in low-income households.
A new study from the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law finds that the mental health of Black and Latinx LGBQ people declined in...
Nearly one in four LGBQ people say they are unlikely to call police in the future
Nearly one in five AAPI LGBT adults in the country said they felt unsafe in their communities
Cases often involve robbery or a pre-existing relationship between the victim and defendant
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