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Other Discrimination

In many states LGBTQ people are vulnerable to discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. Beyond employment, housing, and public accommodations discrimination, mistreatment or harassment against LGBTQ people can take many forms, including discriminatory regulations with regard to legal documents, violence, and harassment. All people in the United States just want to work hard and provide for themselves and their families – and no one should be treated differently just because of who they are or who they love. Read stories about people who have experienced discrimination other than in employment, housing, and public accommodations.

Wyatt Oliver Ronceros
Los Angeles, CA
Read More Stories By:  CenterLink
Kayla Gore
Memphis, TN
Read More Stories By:  Campaign for Southern Equality
Aaron Lopez & Shaun Murphy
Monroe City, MO
Read More Stories By:  Beyond I Do
Stephanie Mott
Topeka, KS
Read More Stories By:  Beyond I Do
Marisa and Terrah Pavan
Little Rock, AR
Read More Stories By:  National Center for Lesbian Rights
Jana Jacobs
Little Rock, AR
Read More Stories By:  National Center for Lesbian Rights
The Clinchard Family
Denver, Co
Read More Stories By:  One Colorado
Kristen Skinner
Kearnesyville, WV
Trudy Kitzmiller
Ridgeley, WV
Joann Prinzivalli
New York, NY
Naz Seenauth
Queens, NY
Marco Wylie
New York, NY
Charlie Kerr
New York, NY
Coy Mathis
Denver, CO
Patricia Harrington
Jersey City, NJ
Alicia Verdier
Houston, TX
Read More Stories By:  Equality Texas
Capri Culpepper
Columbia, SC