Facts About LGBTQ Inclusion In Ads/Marketing And About Anti-LGBTQ Violence Today — "More than half (54%) of transgender and nonbinary people feel unsafe walking in their own neighborhoods, compared to 36% of all LGBTQ adults, as well as less safe in various environments, from work, to social media, or in a typical store." Read more.
Report: The Do's and Don'ts of Being a True LGBT Ally — "'A new study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology takes a long overdue look at what it means to be and act like a true ally through the LGBT lens." Read more.
The Experiences, Challenges and Hopes of Transgender and Nonbinary U.S. Adults — "A new Pew Research Center survey finds that 1.6% of U.S. adults are transgender or nonbinary – that is, their gender is different from the sex they were assigned at birth. This includes people who describe themselves as a man, a woman or nonbinary, or who use terms such as gender fluid or agender to describe their gender. While relatively few U.S. adults are transgender, a growing share say they know someone who is (44% today vs. 37% in 2017). One-in-five say they know someone who doesn’t identify as a man or woman." Read more.
Level of support for gender-neutral option on state IDs found to be affected by political orientation, social context — "In the research, 90% of the progressive activists were open to adding an "X" option to IDs, in comparison to 15% of the conservative activists. Saguy found that for some progressive activists, the "X" recognizes or affirms a nonbinary gender identity, while for others, it offers a way to resist gender classification" Read more.