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For every dollar a man in a married-opposite-sex couple earns, a woman in a same-sex couple earns $0.79 whereas a man in a same-sex couple earns $0.98.

African American LGBT women in a same-sex couple are three times more likely to be poor than white women in same-sex couples.

15 percent of female same-sex couples raising children live in poverty, compared to 9 percent of married opposite-sex couples with children.

12 NUMBERS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOWHere’s a more in-depth look at 12 key numbers that illuminate the economic status and challenges that LGBTQ+ people face.

The same pattern — male couples earning more than female couples — bears out across all races, albeit to different degrees.

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