With a razor thin margin in some swing states, LGBT voters may tip the election.
A new law adds “gender identity or expresssion” to Connecticut’s anti-discrimination laws. The law bans discrimination based on gender identity or expression in employment, housing, public accommodations, and credit.
Under the incantation “One Man, One Woman,” the National Organization for Marriage exists to challenge not only LGBT rights, but the rights of all men, women, and everyone in between to choose their own way to express their commitments for one another and define our families on our own terms.
What’s that Q in LGBTQ for, anyway? Sometimes it’s for queer, a way some of us identify who feel like gay, lesbian or bisexual doesn’t cover all the bases of who we do or may love.