Study Affirms LGBTQ People are More Likely to Have a Disability than the General Population

Date: June 14, 2021
Source: AmeriDisability
“Across the board, people with marginalized identities are more likely to experience health challenges, which can include or result in disabilities. The reality is that discrimination takes a toll on our well-being, and this is especially true for people with multiple marginalized identities,” Naomi Goldberg, LGBTQ Policy Director at MAP, explains to AmeriDisability.