Horst D. Deckert

Climate Change Hurts Homosexuals More — UCLA

More government control can help the LGBTQIAA2PS+ community with the struggles they face from climate change, according to university study.

The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Williams Institute School of Law published a study this month alleging LGBTQIAA2PS+ people face greater risks from anthropogenic climate change, citing data from The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), then calling for more government control.

“Using U.S. Census data and climate risk assessment data from NASA and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), this study provides a geographic analysis to assess the climate risk impacting same-sex couples,” the study said.

The study does offer solutions to save the people of the rainbow from the weather, all of which revolve around greater government involvement for things such as HIV treatment during disasters, changes to zoning regulations that will allow homosexuals to live in nicer homes, more studies being funded on trannies and darker-skinned gay people and the U.S. Census Department measuring American’s sexual proclivities.

The study highlights the fact that homosexuals often live poorly built homes located in costal regions that are reportedly more susceptible to the effects of climate change.

The study implies that man-made climate change from greenhouse gasses is real, although it doesn’t show any hard data to indicate that CO2 causes atmospheric warming or cooling or any other alteration to the climate. Many will point out that the data doesn’t hold up, and that climate change is a global problem for a global solution, a global tax for a global government.

“Climate change represents a global challenge, but it also exacerbates existing disparities among individuals and communities. LGBT people face discrimination and exclusion, creating unique vulnerabilities that compound and heighten their exposure to climate-related harms,” the study said in the executive summary.

The key findings in the study list reasons why the homosexuals are disproportionately affected by the weather.

While the weather is adversely affecting LGBTQIAA2PS+ individuals, one of the causes of this meteorological phenomenon has turned out to be racism.


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