Posts Tagged ‘LGBT’
The Human Rights Campaign released the first-ever nationwide evaluation of LGBT inclusivity in municipal laws and policies. Read the rest of this entry »
A new survey examining the distribution of the American LGBT population finds that 3.4% of U.S. adults self-identify as LGBT.
The LGBT advocacy group Lambda Legal launched a nationwide survey on Monday that aims to examine the experiences that LGBT people and HIV positive people have had with law enforcement.
A new study shows that LGBT college students who either personally experience anti-gay discrimination or witness such harassment on their campuses are at an increased risk for alcoholism.
A campaign seeking to reduce poverty by half over the next decade has found that LGBT people suffer severe income inequality compared to their straight counterparts.
A new report from an LGBT think tank has found that the nation’s leading gay rights groups have financially stabilized following the recent economic downturn. But the data also shows that the number of individual donors and their contributions have significantly decreased over the past year.
As search and rescue teams continue to find victims of Sunday’s deadly tornado in Joplin, Missouri, many of the town’s LGBT residents are still missing. The twister destroyed several buildings in its path, including the local gay-affirming church.
One of the nation’s leading think tanks specializing in issues of gender and sexuality in the military has announced that it is merging with another research group that monitors statistics about the LGBT population.