Joe Biden’s win was a ‘sigh of relief’ for LGBTQ+ people. Now activists want stronger protections

The new administration has promised to undo Trump’s discriminatory policies, but advocates want to see bold support for queer and trans rights Joe Biden has promised to undo years of anti-LGBTQ+ policies by Donald Trump’s administration, but advocates and civil rights leaders are urging the president-elect to go further in expanding protections and opportunities for queer and transgender people. In its four years in office, the Trump administration systematically attacked the fundamental rights of LGBTQ+ people, stripping away safeguards enacted in the previous administration in education, immigration, healthcare, housing and criminal justice. Continue reading...

The new administration has promised to undo Trump’s discriminatory policies, but advocates want to see bold support for queer and trans rights Joe Biden has promised to undo years of anti-LGBTQ+ policies by Donald Trump’s administration, but advocates and civil rights leaders are urging the president-elect to go further in expanding protections and opportunities for queer and transgender people. In its four years in office, the Trump administration systematically attacked the fundamental rights of LGBTQ+ people, stripping away safeguards enacted in the previous administration in education, immigration, healthcare, housing and criminal justice. Continue reading...