Modern leadership educators have shown an increased interest in empowering queer student leaders and making campuses more equitable for queer people. These educators help shape the policies, programs, and curriculums that directly impact how queer people experience higher education. Yet there appears to be a dearth of abundant literature on queer people and their experiences as they relate to leadership education. This integrative literature review explores the existing literature on the relationship between leadership education and the queer community over a thirty-year period. The results suggest that queer people are being represented more equitably than they were thirty years ago, but that representation does not extend to all members of the queer community.