Building from the arguments and tools provided throughout Part I of this book, Part II examines the stigmatization of LGBTQ people through one of the first-ever empirical investigations of Norm-Centered Stigma Theory (NCST). Specifically, I utilize the theoretical model of NCST specified in Chapters 2 and 3 and the LGBTQ Stigma Scales described in Chapter 6 to investigate how hetero-cis-normativity and violations of hetero-cis-normativity, as well as multiple axes of social power (gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, basic needs) and intersections among these, relate to stigma directed toward nine LGBTQ groups: lesbian women, gay men, bisexual women, bisexual men, trans women, trans men, non-binary/genderqueer people, queer women, and queer men. Specifically, in this chapter, the data, sample, and survey are described. Then, the three interrelated statistical methods and modeling strategies utilized to investigate LGBTQ stigma in Part II are outlined. In addition, I provide an overview of the overarching trends and patterns that are found throughout Part II. Overall, six patterns found across the LGBTQ Stigma Scales are discussed and sixteen patterns found across all of the investigations of NCST, social power axes, and the LGBTQ Stigma Scales are reviewed. Patterns related to common explanations and sociodemographic controls are also provided. Finally, eight patterns related to the gender- and sexuality-based discrimination, harassment, and violence (DHV) faced by LGBTQ people are acknowledged.