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Millions of LGBT people could gain additional protections from discrimination after Bostock

Courts have often looked to Title VII case law to interpret other laws that apply to housing, public accommodations, education, and other settings

HUD aims to reverse protections for homeless transgender people accessing shelters

The rule would allow homeless shelters to deny transgender people access to single-sex and sex-segregated shelters that align with their gender identity

Only 3% of sexually active transgender people use PrEP

The first study to estimate use of PrEP among transgender people using a national probability sample in the United States

Reproductive health of bisexual women and girls needs greater attention

Research shows that unplanned pregnancies are more common among bisexual women than their heterosexual peers

Lived experiences of food insecurity among LGBTQ people in California

Interviews with low-income LGBTQ people in Los Angeles County and Kern County reveal challenges accessing and using programs designed to alleviate hunger

81,000 ‘Dreamers’ identify as LGBT and 39,000 have participated in DACA

The majority of LGBT DACA recipients live in California, Texas, Illinois, New York, and Florida.

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