So the rest of my presentation is just going to walk through that some of the differences between demographic differences between LGBTQ people and non LGBTQ people. And then some specific examples of health disparities that are concentrated in those different parts of the LGBTQ or are kind of driven more primarily by race, sex, age, other demographic characteristics. So going back to the example, I started with that poverty rate, and see the overall difference in poverty, LGBT and LGBT people. But that really breaks down quite differently once you start making sex and sexual orientation. So if you kind of start on the left, at least to my left on the slide, and move to the right, basically, you will have a dark blue, gay men and straight men, and it's very different little differences in terms of poverty, and lower rates than that overall rating for streaming 60%, the lighter blue the next song to the right arm, and then both Lesbian and Straight women, just about that 16%
of straight people wouldn't be sick and significantly different.
And those numbers aren't obviously significantly different from each other. So there's not It's not where the concentration and poverty is, obviously women, and you may see these related graphs. And other issues are more likely, more and including parents than non parents. The next color, the light blue, yellow, and this is where you see the real concentrations of disparity. And there might be two groups, bisexuals, both men and women, and transgender people. And it's really the two yellow groups where you would rather focus on writing about disparities of poverty, bisexual women have much higher rates and transgender people who have access to much higher rates of learning empowered. So that's just one way to kind of break down a call number and focus on specific groups. That's one of many things. So I'm not going to go through everything in this slide. But there's just four different kinds of teams. I'm looking at poverty in the LGBT community. And again, one of the most significant providers of health disparities, there's a lot more urban poverty, or rural, I'm sorry, rural poverty, in general than urban poverty. But specifically among LGBT people, you see the rates of rural poverty in our money are higher up look by region or geographically, there's obviously geographic differences and poverty in Texas, where you are, which I can be with you today is that orange have a higher concentration of LGBT boundaries state, baking racism, being a rapper property, and that, in the bottom left corner, it also differences based on race and age with younger people will be more likely to be poor. So these are the some of the ways to take in more intersexual, or nuanced approach. And like I said, that we're going to work for you next is some of the key differences you want to think about, and looking at health disparities and the demographic differences and LGBTQ people. So even if you use the overall number, you're aware of the differences, and it's in concentrations and differences among set populations.