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January 2024


Nearly 30% of Gen Z adults identify as LGBTQ, national survey finds — "Twenty-eight percent of Gen Z adults — which the survey’s researchers specify as those ages 18 to 25 — identify as LGBTQ, according to a report released this week by the Public Religion Research Institute, or PRRI. That compares with 10% of all adults, 16% of millennials, 7% of Generation X, 4% of baby boomers and 4% of the Silent Generation, the institute found." Read more.


Beyond Workplace Inclusion: HRC Foundation Releases First-Ever Report Detailing Steps for Businesses to Become LGBTQ+ Allies in Action — "Report Identifies Six Pillars Where Businesses Can Make Impact: Workforce, Supply Chain, Products & Services, Marketing, Corporate Philanthropy, & Advocacy & Political Engagement. [The] Report comes at a time when calls for true corporate allyship with the LGBTQ+ community increase as workforce and consumers become more out and allied than ever before." Read more. 


A Political and Cultural Glimpse Into America’s Future: Generation Z’s Views on Generational Change and the Challenges and Opportunities Ahead – "This report considers what sets members of Generation Z apart from older generations in terms of their political and cultural values, their faith in communities and political institutions, and their views on religion and the importance of diversity and inclusion in the nation’s democracy." Read more. 


33% of trans/non-binary youth banned from healthcare key to their existence – "According to a report from UCLA’s William Institute School of Law: the wave of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation pushed by Republicans and right-wing extremist groups has had a colossal impact on transgender and non-binary youth. Right-wing media spent 2023 accelerating their culture war campaign in opposition to the very existence of transgender and non-binary people." Read more. 


Aunts are a key source of support for LGBTQ+ youth, study says — “Aunts, whether they’re blood relatives or people who have chosen this role, provide significant support to LGBTQ+ youth, says a new research paper. That support is often both emotional and practical, including housing for young people, according to the paper, “Aunties, Aunts, and Tías: The Forgotten Othermother Supporting and Housing LGBTQ Youth,” published in Socius, an open-access journal of the American Sociological Association.” Read more.


Transgender Health & Wellness Center Announces Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting for the Marsha P. Johnson LGBTQ+ Drop-In Center – "The Transgender Health & Wellness Center (TH&WC) proudly announces the opening of the Marsha P. Johnson LGBTQ+ Youth Drop-In Center (MPJ) in Palm Springs. TH&WC will celebrate this occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, which will take place on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2024, at 12 p.m. The Drop-In Center will serve LGBTQ youth from the ages of 13-18." Read more. 

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