Skip to content. That two-term track record was a radical change from previous presidents, according to Jessica Stern, executive director of OutRight Action International , a nonprofit. And the tone set by the US in those years, she added, signaled a step forward for the queer community around the globe. But that progress was interrupted when President Donald Trump came into office in , she said. Seventeen percent support Trump. Policy decisions made by the next US president will affect millions of queer people around the world.
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Gay voters share why they are voting for President Trump
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The breakout star of the Democratic primary is all in for Joe Biden as the race against Donald Trump nears the final straight. For Pete Buttigieg, the first openly gay candidate to win a presidential primary or caucus, the threat of a second Trump term is both political and deeply personal. Donald Trump has claimed to be a staunch supporter of LGBTQ rights but he has sought to undermine them through the courts. His vice-president, Mike Pence, has long opposed same-sex marriage. Buttigieg, 38 and the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, was a breakout star of presidential politics in that seemingly distant pre-pandemic age that was in fact February. A Rhodes scholar at Oxford and war veteran in Afghanistan, he beat senators and a former vice-president to make history by narrowly winning the Iowa caucuses.
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This story was published in partnership with The 19th, a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting on gender, politics and policy. The taunts came day after day as he walked to and from school. His mother, fearing for her son, put him in a new school.
While about , transgender people who had transitioned in the U. With that said, almost 9 million LGBTQ adults are eligible and registered to vote next November, according to the most recent poll, which was conducted by Ipsos in collaboration with the Williams Institute and Thomson Reuters. The analysis by the Williams Institute, a UCLA Law think tank that researches sexual orientation, gender identity and public policy, comes ahead of a high-stakes election in which civil-rights protections for LGBTQ people could hang in the balance.