Hi, there! LGBT is referred as Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender and is an initiative taken by the US government as the reserved rights. Every person on the planet have sexual desires and some people love similar gender. It is a shared fact that discrimination against members of the homosexual women, homosexual men, ambi-sexual and laypersons society, based on sexual desire and/ or gender similarity, is an issue which surpasses that community and affects others too. However, this (LGBT) rights issue in the United States is said to be one of the most advanced in the world; which varies in every jurisdiction. We need to first understand the quantum of the homosexual women, homosexual men, ambi-sexual and laypersons (LGBT) population, which is critically the first step to informing a host of public policies and research topics. This includes the finding of health and economic disparities in the community, knowing more about the ongoing non-LGBT discrimination along with the consideration of the economic collision of marriage similarity or the prerequisite of family participation advantages between the same sexes. This research discusses about the challenges faced by the LGBT community.
Our research shows that the size of the LGBT community differs due to various reasons. These may be due to the differences in the mentioning of who should be included in the LGBT community, a range of surveys, and due to a difference in the similarity of questions undertaken during the time of survey. Similar to using sexual actions and attraction to capture elements of sexual desire, questions may also be framed for taking into consideration gender expression and deviating from the specification regardless of the examples individuals may use to describe themselves. Such type of questions would depend on the relationship between the sex that individuals are allocated at the origin and the level to which that allocation comply with how they reveal their sex. Like the parallel of estimating sexual desire through identity issue, action, and attraction measures, these different approaches capture related dimensions of who shall be included as transgender but as an individual may not be able to address every aspect of finding gender identity and expression. Another matter that can cause a difference among the findings of the LGBT community is the way of survey. Different surveys can create a ripple in the readiness of answerer to forward the detail of defaming similarities and actions. A sense of confidentiality and ambiguity increase the chances of the respondents to be more specific in forwarding sensitive information. Surveys that are based on face-to-face interviews might underestimate the size of the LGBT community while those that enable the respondents to fill in the answers to the questions on a computer or via the internet may increase the chances of LGBT respondents in identifying themselves. Different types of surveys can also enhance the difference.
Our main aim is to address the challenges facing the lay gender community and develop a solid legislation that will ensure the protection of the trans-folks from the violence and racism that is presently spreading a great deal in the entire nation.