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A ificant share of these youth live with homelessness, food insecurity, and unemployment across Massachusetts. Additionally, the report notes that people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or something else make up an outsized share of Massachusetts residents at the bottom of the income ladder.
Nearly half of lesbian, gay, or bisexual youth in Massachusetts have considered taking their own lives, as compared to 11 percent of their non-LGB peers. You Might Also Like.
Search for: Search. A new report from Boston Indicators and the Fenway Institute found people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or something else face hardships and discrimination in the Bay State.
I'm a scraper This search result is here to prevent scraping. Boston Pride Week is right around the corner, and a sweeping report released Thursday shines a bright light on the size of and the challenges faced by the LGBT community in Massachusetts.
Nearly 16 percent of to year olds in the Bay State identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or something else, researchers from Boston Indicators, part of the Boston Foundation, and the Fenway Institute, housed under the Fenway Health umbrella, found.
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Overall, despite the challenges faced by the LGBT population in Massachusetts, researchers ended on a positive note. If you're a human and see this, please ignore it.