Rose sees his work on behalf of the LGBTQ community overlapping with work on behalf of other communities, because "LGBT people face a lot of the same issues that other minority populations face," including income inequality and lack of access to social benefits. Beyond this, LGBTQ people are often also members of other minority populations; our identities are intersectional, and so are our needs—and our demands. In her work as interim executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland, Kelly Neel knows this all too well. When asked if these recent legal victories have lessened her workload, she laughs the laugh of the exhausted organizer. Her list of the concerns in the LGBTQ population is a long one: drug addiction, homelessness, sex trafficking, a lack of acceptance among service providers, and more. "Those are the issues that float under the radar for the general population," she says, "and also in the LGBT population." Awareness about discrimination against LGBTQ people is up, but that's a far cry building a just world for all of us.