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Seattle Lesbian & Gay Aging Study is Seeking Participants

Seattle Lesbian & Gay Aging Study is Seeking Participants
Health Local
The Seattle Lesbian & Gay Aging Study is an interview-based project designed to explore the support networks of older gays and lesbians. The researcher is seeking participants who ...
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New Reports Find Discrimination, Economic Vulnerably, Health Disparities in Transgender Community

Two new reports shine a light on the health and economic disparities affecting the transgender community.
Top News Health
In a year when transgender Americans are experiencing unprecedented visibility in the State of the Union address, two new reports detail severe disparities. ...
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Study: Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana Most Conservative States

A new study shows Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana Most Conservative States
Top News Politics
The Top 10 liberal states are primarily located in the outer longitudes of the U.S.: touching or close to the Atlantic Ocean, and the Far West. ...
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Transgender Health Study Cites Disparities in Colorado

Colorado Transgender Study Examines Health Disparities in Local Population
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Results show transgender and gender nonconforming Coloradans experience multiple barriers when trying to access transgender-friendly health care. ...
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Thousands of Georgia’s Workforce Not Covered by Non-Discrimination Laws, Study

Employment Non-Discrimination Laws
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Over 151,000 of Georgia’s workforce isn’t covered by the state’s non-discrimination law because the law excludes sexual orientation in private sectors. ...
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Majority of Young Catholics Believe Gays and Lesbians Should Be Accepted, Study

Young Catholics
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A new survey by the Pew Research Center shows that 85 percent of Catholics between the ages 18 and 29 think gays and lesbians should be accepted by society. ...
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Study: $334 Million Economical Boost with Recent Marriage Rulings

Marriage equality will boost the economy, according to a new study by the Williams Institute.
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Research from the Williams Institute suggests an estimated 45,000 same-sex couples will likely marry in the next three years, generating $334 million. ...
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Utah: 94% Say Marriage Equality Won’t Impact Their Marriage

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Moreover, 61 percent believe legalizing marriage for same-sex couples in Utah is inevitable and will happen in the state within the next five years. ...
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Extending Marriage to Same-Sex Couples in Missouri Could Generate $36 Million

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Extending marriage to same-sex couples in Missouri would generate an estimated $36.3 million in spending to the state economy, according to a new study. ...
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Study Concludes LGB People Have Bad Experiences with Health Care

Top News Health International
Researchers found lesbians, gays and bisexuals are twice as likely to have bad experiences with general health practitioners than straight counterparts. ...
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