Survey research conducted in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom, has suggested that, among the homeless youth population, 20-40% identify as LGBTQ or LGBTQ2S (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit) (Abramovich and Shelton 2017; Albert Kennedy Trust 2015; Gaetz et al. 2016; Price et al. 2019). This is similar to reported rates of LGBTQ homelessness in Australia, with increases in trans, gender diverse, and nonbinary clients observed by service provider staff in recent years (McNair et al. 2017; Oakley and Bletsas 2013); however, prevalence remains difficult to estimate, partly due to the lack of options for appropriately recording sexual orientation, gender diversity, and intersex variations in mainstream services and population research.