As LGBTQ+ rights have expanded in the U.S., interest in pursuing parenthood has grown, too. Sixty-three percent of LGBTQ+ millennials plan to start or grow their family. Transgender survey respondents are just as likely to be interested in expanding their families as their cisgender peers. But despite progress made in some areas of life for the LGBTQ+ community, significant barriers still exist to family forming.
Ready to start exploring inclusive fertility and family-forming benefits? One way to support your LGBTQ+ employees is by doing your own research around employee benefits that meets their needs. We hope this guide is a helpful place to begin.
• The family-forming journeys an LGBTQ+-inclusive fertility benefit should support.
• Terms you should know and guidance on inclusive language.