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Thursday, 23 July 2020 02:02

LGBTQ Rights In North Carolina

North Carolina is a state that has made some big changes in recent years. In 2012, they enacted House Bill 2 which was widely known as "the bathroom bill" because it restricted trans people from using public bathrooms according to their gender identity. Now, North Carolina is making progress towards more equality for LGBTQ people.

Pro-LGBTQ bills were introduced in North Carolina.

North Carolina: Four Pro-LGBTQ Bills VS Two Anti-LGBTQ Bills

North Carolina is a state that has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. But this time, it’s because of four pro-LGBTQ bills introduced by legislators and Equality NC. These bills would protect LGBTQ people from discrimination, ban the gay- or trans-panic defense, and prohibit conversion therapy.

Read more about these four pro-LGBTQ bills >>

 

It's been an interesting year for LGBTQ rights in North Carolina. Now, North Carolina is making progress towards more equality for LGBTQ people. If you want a closer look at what's happening with LGBTQ rights around Arkansas, check out our page here as the fight for LGBTQ equality in Arkansas continues

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