Displaying items by tag: lgbtq people
The US Supreme Court’s decision to oppose discrimination against LGBTQ workers is having consequences across the United States. Protections for the LGBTQ community have advanced in Kansas.
The 2020 Democratic party platform is still pro-LGBTQ. This time, in addition to the references made in the text, there are whole paragraphs dedicated to LGBTQ+ issues.
Most importantly, Platform 2020 opposes Trump's anti-LGBTQ policies.
The European Union will sanction a few towns in Poland following their anti-LGBTQ views.
I was referring recently to the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, which opposed discrimination against LGBTQ workers and, conversely, the Trump administration that took a stand against the LGBTQ community by removing the protections so far benefited under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
But what about the American’s position on discrimination against LGBTQ people? A poll by KFF answers that question.
In which countries have the rights of our community continued to advance and where have they regressed? ILGA’s study is an opportunity to find out.
In recent years, there have been many cases of LGBTQ people being dismissed. I’ve shared the cases of lesbians who have been fired after getting married on several occasions.
Terrible news from France... We might have thought that the record for LGBT hatred had been broken in 2018, but the Ministry of the Interior released a report showing that nothing has changed in 2019. It was even worse.
Fair and Equal Michigan is trying to gather the signatures and send the initiative that would add protections for LGBTQ people in the state’s Elliott Larsen Civil Rights Act on the November ballot, and that’s quite a challenge!
Harvey Milk was long considered to be the first openly gay person to be elected to political office. That is not true, and it is time to correct that.
A new survey conducted in the United Kingdom reveals that there is a substantial rise in the number of people identifying as lesbian, gay or bisexual (+ 2.2 percent in one year).