While this year has brought unprecedented progress toward LGBTQ equality in the United States and around the world, we’ve also experienced setbacks in our work toward full equality.
Editor’s note: The following letter was submitted by 141 religious leaders from Indiana.
In the coming year, we expect to see more than 100 anti-LGBTQ religious refusal laws proposed across the country. These laws come in many forms, but they all have the same goal—to use religion as an excuse to discriminate against and harm others.
In an important step towards ending violence against trans people, the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus hosted a forum this Tuesday that brought together advocates and community leaders, including Harper Jean Tobin, the Policy Director for the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE).
Our work toward justice continues.
Yesterday, Houston voters rejected Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), an ordinance that would have protected the rights of 15 different categories of people.
The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, lovingly known as HERO, is a ballot proposition being voted on this Tuesday. People of faith across Houston have joined the campaign to make HERO law and protect 15 classes of people currently without vital non discrimination protections in the city.
GLAAD, the world's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy organization, today showcased the participants for Spirit Day 2015.