Some cities are already looking at expanding their local nondiscrimination ordinances to include LGBTQ protections.
One man followed him through the city, telling him, “You keep putting them up if you want and I will keep ripping them off.”
When footage of her vile slurs and outrageous conspiracy theories went viral, her only real comment on the issue was “I was attacked online.”
The judge granted a transgender man a passport, saying the government violated his Fifth Amendment rights.
The decision established that LGBTQ people are protected under federal civil rights laws, but Aimee Stephens passed away a few weeks before the ruling.
An LGBTQ org said that Christian schools should be required to teach science. Evangelicals are flipping out.
The state banned license plates that show “contempt for a specific group or person.” A judge said that violates free speech protections.
“It doesn’t matter who you are, you can be Laverne Cox – whatever that means – if you’re trans, you’re going to experience stuff like this.”
A Golden Arches franchise will help a gay night club qualify to reopen by serving their meals with the bar’s drinks.