If you have experienced discrimination because you are LGBTQ, the hotlines listed below may be able to help.
In Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court found that employers can't discriminate against people just because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The following links explain your rights at work and what you can do if your employer discriminates against you.
One of the first Executive Orders that President Joe Biden signed after taking office was aimed at preventing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. He ordered all federal agencies to review their policies to make sure they are non-discriminatory. The Department of Housing and Urban Development is the agency that enforces the Fair Housing Act. They responded to President Biden's Order by expanding fair housing protections for LGTBQ people.