Gender Identity: Inclusion, Rights and Victimization


Sue J. Cronin (Editor)

Series: Government Procedures and Operations
BISAC: SOC032000

Sexual, gender, and physical diversity is a feature of every society, culture, and country in the world. Great strides have been made in advancing equality for all people, including those who identify as LGBTQI+, although there is still much work to be done. Violence, discrimination, stigma and criminalization still affect the lives of millions of LGBTQI+ people around the world.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. LGBTQI+ Data Inclusion Act
Committee on Oversight and Reform

Chapter 2. Understanding the Fight to Protect LGBTQI+ Rights in Europe and Eurasia
Committee on Foreign Affairs

Chapter 3. The Rise of Anti- LGBTQI+ Extremism and Violence in the United States
Committee on Oversight and Reform

Chapter 4. Violent Victimization by Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, 2017–2020
Jennifer L. Truman, Ph.D., and Rachel E. Morgan, Ph.D

Chapter 5. LGBTQ Pride Month: Fact Sheet
Caitlin Curran

Chapter 6. Education Department Proposes New Title IX Regulations: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
Jared P. Cole

Chapter 7. Gender-Affirming Care and Young People
HHS Office of Population Affairs


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