5 LGBT things you need to know today, Jan. 8

1. The CDC released a new report on sexual behavior that showed about seven percent of women and four percent of men under 45 describe themselves as lesbian, gay or bisexual, compared to five percent of women and three percent of men who identified that way in their 2006-2008 survey. It also finds that half or more of LGBT people in the U.S. are bisexual, with women almost three times more likely to identify that way than men.

2. The Human Rights Campaign released a preview of state and local legislative battles across the country in 2016.

3. “Get over it, you lost.” Lesbian Alabama state Rep. Patricia Todd has no time for Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.

4. Meet the man who wants to be the first openly gay surfer competing on the world tour.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: Watch this man get surprised as he realizes this flash mob proposal in New York is for him.