A new data interactive looks at the impact of HIV criminal laws on people living with HIV in nine states, including Louisiana.
Bisexual employees are less likely to be out at work, but those who are report high levels of discrimination
Cisgender bisexual and gay men often report higher rates of unfair treatment at work compared to lesbian and bisexual women.
More than 200,000 transgender citizens could face barriers to voting in the 2022 midterm elections
Voter registration requirements and voter ID laws may present a challenge for transgender people who do not have accurate identification.
Young LGBQ adults experience more psychological distress than older LGBQ people
First nationally representative study to examine physical and mental health indicators among three generations of LGBQ people
New study on LGBTQI+ refugees and asylum seekers highlights the need for data and research
LGBTQI+ migrants are particularly vulnerable to discrimination, persecution, and violence throughout the migratory process
More than 150 people have been placed on Tennessee’s sex offender registry for an HIV-related conviction
Over three-quarters of all HIV registrants on the sex offender registry are Black