A new study by the Williams Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law found differences between LGB Republicans and Democrats in how they view their sexual identity and how they connect to the LGBTQ community.
No one saw this coming. The fight to protect LGBTQ individuals in the workplace seemed unwinnable, especially in this judicial era. But to everyone’s surprise, the U.S. Supreme Court declared discrimination based on sexual orientation and identity illegal on Monday, June 15.
Popular culture images of LGBTQ individuals suggest that most LGBTQ people live in cities or on the coasts. Yet an estimated 2.9-3.8 million LGBTQ people call rural America home.
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