GLAAD announced today (Wednesday, June 22) the findings of its eighth annual Accelerating Acceptance Study that show a sharp increase in LGBTQ Americans experiencing discrimination, particularly among queer people of color, transgender and nonbinary people and Gen Z LGBTQ Americans.

A significant majority of the LGBTQ community — 70 percent — says that discrimination has increased over the past two years.

They reported discrimination in their daily lives — with family, in the workplace, on social media, in public accommodations and in interactions with people at their children’s schools.