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*Note: These percentages reflect estimates of the LGBT adult population living in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.Estimates of the LGBT adult population in the five inhabited U. territories are not available, and so cannot be reflected here.That said, transgender people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual can be affected by laws that explicitly mention sexual orientation.“Gender identity” is a person’s deeply-felt inner sense of being male, female, or something else or in-between.This map shows the percent of each state’s population that is protected from private employment discrimination based on both sexual orientation gender identity.This map also shows statewide employment nondiscrimination laws (dark green, no pin) and statewide laws prohibiting local ordinances (orange stripe).

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1 municipality, not including those listed above, has an ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity in private employment, housing, 12 counties out of 67 have an ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity in private employment, housing, and public accommodations (full protections).

“Gender expression” refers to a person’s characteristics and behaviors such as appearance, dress, mannerisms and speech patterns that can be described as masculine, feminine, or something else.

Gender identity and expression are independent of sexual orientation, and transgender people may identify as heterosexual, lesbian, gay or bisexual.

This map also shows statewide public accommodations nondiscrimination laws (dark green, no pin) and statewide laws prohibiting local ordinances (orange stripe).

For more information about a state's coverage, including whether there are fewer protections for gender identity than sexual orientation, please see the city and county tab, or the detailed information in each state’s profile by clicking on that state in the map below.*Michigan's nondiscrimination law does not explicitly enumerate sexual orientation or gender identity, but the Michigan Civil Rights Commission has stated it explicitly interprets the state's existing protections against sex discrimination to include protections for both sexual orientation and gender identity (2018).*Pennsylvania's nondiscrimination law does not explicitly enumerate sexual orientation or gender identity, but the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission has stated it explicitly interprets the state's existing protections against sex discrimination to include protections for both sexual orientation and gender identity (2018).*Utah's nondiscrimination law explicitly enumerates both sexual orientation and gender identity, but only in employment and housing, not public accommodations.

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