LGBTQ Job, Housing, Safety Disparities in Stringer Survey

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A survey of LGBTQ residents of New York recently completed by City Comptroller Scott Stringer points to clear disparities in employment and housing opportunities, food security, and public safety that respondents experienced due to their sexual orientation or gender identity and expression.

And despite one score in which the LGBTQ community seems better situated than the average New Yorker – access to private health insurance – transgender and other gender-nonconforming (GNC) members of the community report widespread discrimination and harassment in the full spectrum of care environments.

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