The Biden Administration has been a pro-LGBTQ decision making force in the United States. I'm excited that LGBTQ rights are being pushed forward and we're seeing all these great changes happening!
President Biden’s latest judicial appointments are historic because they include two women from our community. It is a major milestone in progress towards equality and justice.
The U.S Department of State announced that it will make passports more inclusive by adding a third gender option to its passport options. This change has been long awaited by many people around the world and we hope this inspires other countries to follow suit with their own policies so that everyone can feel safe and included when traveling abroad.
Chantale Wong will be the first lesbian to serve as a U.S. Ambassador and her nomination is being heralded as a major step forward for LGBTQ rights in America.
It's been two years since the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. The tragedy was the deadliest mass shooting on U.S soil and it took 49 lives. Today, President Biden designated the nightclub a National Memorial to honor those who were lost that day.
Yesterday, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Dr. Rachel Levine as the first ever transgender Assistant Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services of the United States.
The administration wants to allow people who don't identify exclusively as male or female to choose a third, nonbinary gender marker when they apply for a passport.
Joe Biden was sworn in as a relief to many LGBTQ+ Americans following four long years under Trump's administration. I'm excited to see all of the pro-LGBTQ decisions made by the Biden Administration. It's really great that we're seeing a lot more changes for LGBTQ rights happening in America, and it gives me hope that our country is moving towards greater acceptance of people who identify as queer or trans.