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Latino millennials are the least likely millennials to identify as heterosexual, according to the GenForward Survey project at the University of Chicago. When you break it down by ethnicity, however, Latino millennials were much more likely than other ethnicity groups to self-identify as LGBTQ, or non-straight.
Ishmael Perez, co-founder of Orlando-based Qlatinx, speculated that conservative religious influences among Latinos may have inspired millennials to more openly push back against conservative social norms. This came as a surprise to Glenn D. For this survey, GenForward interviewed nearly 1, millennials across 50 states and the District of Columbia. The survey was offered in both English and Spanish.
People are still unsafe, and creating safe environments without hate crimes is an important thing we have yet to achieve. One thing millennials across different racial groups did not agree on, however, was whether issues being promoted by mainstream LGBTQ organizations were aligned with issues confronting LGBTQ people of color.
I think this data highlights that and points to a need for advocacy groups to think more intersectionally and broadly about their work. IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
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Latino millennials least likely to identify as heterosexual, survey finds