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Meet Map Pesqueira, The First Trans Person Prevented From Joining The Military By Trump’s Ban
Trump’s ban is officially underway: Map Pesqueira, a University of Texas at Austin freshman, tells The Daily Beast he lost his military scholarship because he is a transgender man.
April 20, 2019
Trump’s Transgender Ban Brings Chaos and ‘a Lot of Fear’ to Troops’ Families
The hidden impact of President Trump’s transgender troop ban has been on the troops’ loved ones, whose lives, they tell The Daily Beast, have also suddenly been thrown into chaos.
April 11, 2019
Decorated transgender troops to testify before Congress
There are an estimated 14,700 transgender troops on active duty and in the Reserves. Five of them will testify Wednesday before Congress.
March 01, 2019
Costa Rica passes decrees boosting LGBT rights
Costa Rica's President Carlos Alvarado on Friday signed a number of decrees and norms granting various rights to the LGBT community. Earlier this year, the government recognized the gender identity of Costa Rican transsexuals. "We are recognizing that there are some rights
December 22, 2018
LGBTQ equality: Record number of U.S. cities earn perfect scores
U.S. cities are again a ray of hope for the LGBTQ community. A record number of municipalities – 78 – earned perfect scores for advancing inclusive policies in 2018, according to a report released Monday by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and the Equality Federation Institute, two LGBTQ advocacy groups.
October 09, 2018
Harris Poll LGBTQ: 68% would shop at businesses that back equality
More than two-thirds of Americans say they would be likely to dole out their dollars at businesses that take a public stand for LGBTQ equality, a survey released Wednesday shows.
October 03, 2018
Majority of Americans Support Federal Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBTQ People
Seventy percent (70%) of all Americans say that a federal law is needed to protect LGBT people from discrimination in employment, public accommodations, housing and credit, according to a new survey conducted by The Harris Poll. This reflects a slight increase from 2016, when a similar Out & Equal commissioned Harris Poll survey reported 67% of Americans in favor of this policy.
October 02, 2018

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