I provided a starting point, and you can Google from there. You have the capability to read the studies and look up the stats. After all, you are claiming to know more about it than they gay folks whop LIVE it.again what matters is Gays are not losing jobs or getting booted out of their apartments.
You are incorrect in your beliefs, since people on this board have personally experienced such discrimination, and I would say that every gay person here either knows someone who faced losing their job or eviction, or knows people who have hidden their lives and families to avoid it. And being forced to deny your loved ones just to be able to feed yourself isn't really a happier option than being fired.
Unless someone sues and the case goes public, there won't be "links", but pretending you know more than people who actually LIVE this stuff isn't sensible.
You aren't going to convince a single gay person that the discrimination they personally experienced, or witnessed, didn't really exist. Why do you try? Do you also demand that the black people you know prove to you that they face day-to-day discrimination in their lives?
Unless you have walked in someone else's shoes, you can't know what they experience. But empathy is a nice place to start. And it's supposed to be a cherished Christian trait.