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New Study Shows Gen-Z Has a Many as Four Times More Identifying as LGBTQ+ as Previously Thought

As we look to the future, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) discussions are finding their way to our politics, offices, schools, homes, and communities. Inclusive rights and respect for diversity and inclusion are what protect and make visibility possible and a progressive world more feasible. In fact, a recent study on the number of young people who do not identify as straight or heterosexual might actually be an indicator of the impending change of the progress and progression of DEI efforts. The global study was conducted in 27 countries and found that 4% of those in Generation Z, people born between 1997 and 2012, identify as transgender, nonbinary, gender-nonconforming, or genderfluid. Conducted by IPSOS, a research organization, the survey captured the opinions of a relatively urban group of individuals with internet access.

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