LGBT people have reaped enormous rewards because of this widespread change of opinion.
The DOMA case, United States v. Windsor, also furthers the cause of LGBT rights, but, in many ways, for the wrong reasons.
Religion is at the center of this debate over explicit protections for LGBT people.
Will it change the amount of money my LGBT peers and I can earn?
The mainstream LGBT movement, meanwhile, still insists that neither of these futures will come to pass.
To Helms, LGBT Americans were “weak, morally sick wretches,” and AIDS education was “obscene” and “revolting.”
On the other hand, I wish the LGBT community would rethink its relationship with the president.
Abortion-rights advocates by no means seek to detract from LGBT movement or begrudge it victories.
In most states, there are no anti-discrimination laws to protect LGBT people at work.
This is a major concern for the local LGBT community, which has long been more concerned with access to health care.