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

August 11, 2022
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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

President Biden’s historic executive order strengthens protections for 2 million LGBT youth in the US

The main focus is protecting LGBTQI+ youth targeted by state legislation that limits access to health care and creates unsupportive school environments

New estimates show 300,000 youth ages 13-17 identify as transgender in the US

About 1.3 million adults—0.5% of the adult US population—identify as transgender

LGBTQ people four times more likely than non-LGBTQ peers to choose a college away from home to find acceptance

One-third of LGBTQ people experienced bullying, harassment, or assault while in college

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