Log Cabin Republicans Endorse Trump for 2020

Log Cabin Republicans Endorse Trump for 2020

From The Washington Post:

Robert Kabel is chairman of Log Cabin Republicans. Jill Homan is the vice chairwoman of Log Cabin Republicans.

While the chasm between left and right in this nation continues to grow and even the definitions of “liberal” and “conservative” seem to be up for debate, there is one unambiguous sign of progress: The arc of history for America’s LGBTQ community continues to bend toward equality and inclusion. But even as we celebrate our victories, we know there is more to be done. Though …

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Reno’s Gay Rodeo: Bucking Stereotypes In The ’70s And ’80s

Reno’s Gay Rodeo: Bucking Stereotypes In The ’70s And ’80s

From KUNR:

“In 1982, the event was at its height. With around 20,000 people at the event, led by Joan Rivers, the grand marshal.

But then, it hit Nevada. The AIDS crisis spread to many cities across the country in waves, including Reno. And mostly because of that, the gay rodeo in Reno disappeared.”

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Trans-Gay Panic Defense Killed In Nevada

Trans-Gay Panic Defense Killed In Nevada

From KNPR:

“But not everyone believes the law is needed. Jane Heenan, a marriage and family therapist and founder of Gender Justice Nevada, said the courts already recognize that such a defense isn’t justified.

“It’s my experience over the last 20 years or so in advocating for sex-gender diversity that we in Nevada have moved from a place where such a law would have been substantial and necessary to a place where we have, broadly speaking, agreed that inclusion and respect for all is legitimate,” she said.”

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Nevada Lawmakers Push to Ban “Gay Panic” Defense

Nevada Lawmakers Push to Ban “Gay Panic” Defense

From Logo TV:

“Currently, some 47 states in the U.S. permit people accused of committing violent crimes to use their victim’s sexuality or gender orientation as a defense, hence the “panic” in the nickname. If passed, Nevada’s Senate Bill 97 would prohibit future use of the defense, which has been used successfully in the past to get violent criminals shorter sentences or even acquitted altogether.”

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Transgender Henderson police officers work to close LGBT divide

Transgender Henderson police officers work to close LGBT divide

From the Las Vegas Review-Journal:

Walter has worked with the Police Department to bridge the divide between LGBTQ people and law enforcement, working the agency’s booth at Genderfest for the past two years to connect with the public he protects.

“I feel like I have a responsibility to be a part of the process in a positive way,” he said.

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Antifa Attacks Log Cabin Republicans’ Booth at Castro Street Fair

Antifa Attacks Log Cabin Republicans’ Booth at Castro Street Fair

From Breitbart:

“Antifa criminals attacked my friends at the Log Cabin booth today in SF at the Castro Street Fair. They were doing voter registration and petition gathering. SFPD came but said they were unable to do anything. This is life for conservatives who get involved in California.”

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Democrats Are Leaving Their Party in Droves. Conservatives Should Pay Attention.

Democrats Are Leaving Their Party in Droves. Conservatives Should Pay Attention.

From The Daily Signal:

“Many #WalkAways have said it was easier to come out as gay than to come out as a conservative or libertarian.”

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Trump welcomes LGBT group’s help in court picks, 11 recommended for 9th Circuit

Trump welcomes LGBT group’s help in court picks, 11 recommended for 9th Circuit

From Washington Examiner:

“I think it’s important that our membership around the country and LGBT movement in general sees that we are playing an active role in this administration, trying to advance the cause for equality of all Americans, gay and straight,”

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Nevada ranks high on list of best places for LGBTQ families

Nevada ranks high on list of best places for LGBTQ families

From KNTV Action 13 News:

“Move.org is a website that helps you find the best place to live. On their list of best states for LGBTQ families, Nevada is number six. The ranking is based on things like hate crime laws, adoption policies, and the number of same-sex couples.”

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Where have all the (gay) cowboys gone?

Where have all the (gay) cowboys gone?

From American West:

“It’s suspicion that a materialisation of a privately happy rodeo traces a roots behind to Nevada in 1975, when a masculine named Phil Ragsdale was looking for an innovative approach to lift income for his internal comparison adults annual Thanksgiving Day feed. In holding an pledge happy rodeo on a Washoe County Fairgrounds, he determined a circuit’s prolonged tradition of free giving.”

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