“The Fair Housing Act was introduced over 50 years ago. While it legally guaranteed lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQIA) home buyers could not be discriminated against throughout the homeownership process, current and potential LGBTQIA homeowners still face many challenges.

Decades after the anti-discriminatory legislation was introduced, Pride Month is celebrated each June to highlight both achievements and obstacles in the LGBTQIA community, like the Stonewall Inn riots of 1969 and same-sex marriage legalization in 2015. Unfortunately, stories and court cases related to housing discrimination against the LGBTQIA community are still not hard to find, illustrating how the fight against discrimination is far from over…”

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