My research is cited in the recent (2017) United Nations’ Report on Standards of Conduct for Business, which seeks to help move the dial in the direction of greater equality for LGBTI people.

Additionally, my research has received the following press:

“The Lesbian Employment Gap” – Huffington Post

“What a Researcher Learned after Sending out Resumes with LGBT Indicators” – Fusion

“Women perceived to be LGBTI are 30% less likely to be called for job interview” -Gay Star Business

“The Depressing Truth About Queer Women and Job Interviews” – Cosmo

“Queer Women Still Have It Hard In The Workplace & The Findings Of One Important Study Will Show You Why” – Bustle

“Study Shows LGBT Women Still Face Job Discrimination” – Care2

“Study Finds Employers Are Less Likely To Interview LGBT Women” – Think Progress

“Study Shows that LGBT Women Have a Harder Time Getting Jobs” – Pride Life

“Straight Women 29 Percent More Likely to Get Job Callback Than Queer Ones: Study” – LGBTQ Nation

“Workplace Discrimination and the Queer Black Woman” -Madame Noire

“Why It’s Still Hard to be Queer in the Workplace” – The Frisky

“Women’s Resumes with LGBT Indicators are Less Likely to Score Interview, Study Suggests” – NewNowNext (Logo)

“Women who have LGBT Indicators in their Resumes Less Likely to Receive Callback” – Gay Star News

“Study: LGBT Women Less Likely to Receive Callbacks for Interviews” – Out Leadership

“Resumes with LGBT Indicators Less Likely to get Callback” – MSN News Video