In this chapter, nine scales that speak to the LGBTQ Measurement Principles outlined in Chapter 5 are introduced. Specifically, the elements of the LGBTQ Stigma Scales cluster around six key areas of stigma: (1) social and familial relationships; (2) positions of importance and social significance; (3) basic human rights; (4) sex-related stigma; (5) LGBTQ permanency; and (6) the achievement of femininity or masculinity. These key areas are briefly discussed in this chapter as they relate to LGBTQ stigma (more generally). To summarize this chapter, the three tenets of Norm-Centered Sigma Theory (NCST) are highlighted as they reinforce the importance of norm centrality (i.e., focus on hetero-cis-normativity) and social power as both organizational and justification for variations and similarities of the relationships between hetero-cis-normativity, LGBTQ stigma, and social power axes across the nine groups (lesbian women, gay men, bisexual women, bisexual men, trans women, trans men, non-binary/genderqueer people, queer women, and queer men).