After issuing an order titled “Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation” prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ people, and after appointing a trans woman as Assistant to the Minister of Health, President Joe Biden rescinded the ban that prevented trans people from serving in the military.
On December 1, 2020, the moratorium on nondiscrimination orders expired in North Carolina and people were wondering what the hell was going to happen, but today, I have three good news.
As soon as Joe Biden took office, he sent extremely positive messages to the LGBTQ community after four years under the Trump administration, which seemed endless.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination.
In the state of New York, a bill wanted to make single-occupancy bathrooms accessible to all, regardless of gender.
From St. Petersburg, Democrat representative Michele Rayner, who is the only lesbian serving in the Florida legislature, is launching into a battle for equal marriage.
The city of West Hollywood, California is going to make some of these LGBTQ+ crosswalks even more inclusive.
You have probably heard about the bomb explosion in Nashville, Tennessee, on Christmas Day.
Well, on that day, a lesbian officer was there and was heroic.
Can’t wait to see what happens in North Carolina after the state’s ban on cities penalizing local businesses that discriminate against LGBTQ people expires.