A study of extensive surveys has determined that international LGBTQ acceptance is linked to the suicide rates in the LGBTQ communities.
There are more UK LGBTQ people seeking mental well-being support from suicide-prevention groups as they try to survive the coronavirus lockdown.
A recent study has reported that middle-aged and older LGB adults have higher rates of drug use as compared to their heterosexual counterparts.
A recent study has determined that LGBTQ teen suicides are five times more likely to happen due to bullying as compared to their straight counterparts.
It's important that we ask: how will the coronavirus affect our community? Where is the COVID-19 data on LGBTQ people to support our healthcare?
The spread of COVID-19 has shut down US colleges, raising the risk of LGBTQ domestic abuse for queer students who don't consider home a safe place.
Queer Voices Heard and The Trevor Project assessed the COVID-19 social impact on LGBTQ communities to determine how the pandemic would affect them.
New research has found that gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens have higher risk of experiencing physical and sexual abuse as compared to their straight peers.
A surgical trainee named Greta McLachlan in the UK is recording her coronavirus experience via videos on Twitter so that people can learn.
Around 100 national and local organizations have signed an open letter detailing the increased health risk of COVID-19 to the LGBTQ community.