LGBT Media and Organizations


LGBT Community and Anticipated Changes:

Most LGBT community members feel that ten years from now there will be increases in the number of people who identify as transgender or non-binary, straight allies, and bisexual. At the same time, the community feels more neutral as to whether there will be greater numbers of LGBT newspapers, LGBT-specific bars, or LGBT community members living in traditional LGBT neighborhoods. These results were similar to the 2016 findings.


Reference: Community Marketing & Insights 11th Annual LGBT Community Survey, July 2017 n=17,300 USA LGBTs. Request a free download the full report.

LGBT Media Interaction (Past 12 Months):

Similar to 2016, participants reported increases in digital interaction with LGBT media, while print media interactions are stable over the past year. LGBT dating app use was relatively stable, but some decreases were reported in use by older generations.


Reference: Community Marketing & Insights 11th Annual LGBT Community Survey, July 2017 n=17,300 USA LGBTs. Request a free download the full report.

LGBT Media Interaction (Past 30 Days)

LGBT Media Interaction
Reference: Community Marketing & Insights 11th Annual LGBT Community Survey, July 2017 n=17,300 USA LGBTs. Request a free download the full report.

Social Media Interaction (Past 30 Days)

Social Media Interaction
Reference: Community Marketing & Insights 11th Annual LGBT Community Survey, July 2017 n=17,300 USA LGBTs. Request a free download the full report.

Other Types of LGBT Community Interactions (Past Year)

Other Types of LGBT Community Interactions
Reference: Community Marketing & Insights 11th Annual LGBT Community Survey, July 2017 n=17,300 USA LGBTs. Request a free download the full report.