I am in recent receipt of a summary of a brief from the U.S. Secular Survey on non-religious LGBTQ people in America. Having just somewhat read, somewhat scanned its 34 pages, I can't say I'm horribly surprised on what it reports. I WILL say that was disturbed and angered more than once, as this study reinforced and supported what I had already suspected regarding our community and how it is seen and treated in general. This survey was built on a previous report: Reality Check: Being Nonreligious in America, and is easily as impactful in the information it conveys.
Unfortunately, I can't attach the full document to this post, as it (just barely) exceeds five megabytes. However, I will offer a link to the full PDF here. I highly recommend it to your attention. Please enjoy.