LGBTQ


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LGBTQ

abbr.
1. lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer
2. lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning
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Loftin said in the report, "In the LGBTQ community, our seniors are particularly vulnerable.
In the wake of the election, attention to school climate and safety concerns facing LGBTQ youth has only increased in importance, as school environments have historically been sites of bias-based bullying.
Metrosource is the largest circulation LGBTQ publication serving New York City and Los Angeles, and second largest nationally.
Over eight in 10 (85%) LGBTQ students experienced verbal harassment based on a personal characteristic, and nearly two-thirds (66%) experienced LGBTQ-related discrimination at school.
Adding injury to insult, Reese's argument ignores the threat to the religious freedom of LGBTQ individuals whose consciences are usurped when institutions claim religious exemptions.
Getting Started: "Read Proud Listen Proud is an LGBTQ awareness campaign [that was] developed by Listening Library and Penguin Books for Young Readers to celebrate diversity and acceptance in literature.
The mass murder at the Pulse nightclub is a hate crime that is an assault on the entire LGBTQ community.
However, just 33 percent received training in LGBTQ issues and only 24 percent in transgender issues.
They look at jobs, at homelessness, all these systemic factors that put LGBTQ people in harm's way," she notes.
The Williams Institute (Gates & Newport, 2013) reported that America's LGBTQ population ranges from 3-10%, and a higher number of young adults (29%) have same-sex thoughts and/or do not consider themselves 100% heterosexual or 100% LGBTQ.
Further, states fail to provide equal legal protection for LGBTQ people for issues associated with known health consequences.
Some families may know privately that they have an LGBTQ member but do not publicly acknowledge the fact.