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Enter the latest presidential must-do forums, sessions focused on transgender rights and organized by the National Center for Transgender Equality Action Fund, a political advocacy group. All campaigns, officials say, have been invited and, at least so far, none of the candidates are declining the invitation to talk about their own experiences and policies with transgender individuals, whose gender identity does not match that at the time of their birth. It means something if President Trump is re-elected. It means something if someone else is elected. It is life and death for trans people.
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President candidates say about gays
President candidates say about gays
President candidates say about gays
President candidates say about gays
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When same-sex marriage was legalized in Massachusetts in , Mark LeMiere came to Provincetown, a storied gay mecca at the tip of Cape Cod, to tie the knot with his partner of 20 years. The pair were there again Friday, amazed to be attending a rally for the first serious gay presidential candidate. Buttigieg does not put his sexual orientation at the center of his campaign, but he is not hiding it either. In recent weeks, as his campaign gained prominence, he has made high-profile appearances before predominantly gay audiences. It was a long way from Iowa, where Buttigieg was heckled by antigay activists this year. In P-town, as the city is known, a popular eatery painted a welcome message to the Buttigiegs in its window. An art gallery displayed an enormous portrait of Buttigieg.
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Buttigieg, who will participate in an MSNBC climate change program earlier Friday in Washington, quickly changed his mind and fit the Iowa event into his schedule. But his hesitation, to some, is a red flag. They are waiting, they said, for Buttigieg to focus more forcefully and explicitly — especially in televised debates — on issues of employment discrimination, violence, and transgender rights. On campaign stops across the country, they point out, Buttigieg frequently speaks about many of the issues that advocates have criticized him for ignoring, though he sometimes does it in terms that seek to universalize.
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The issue was controversially tackled in the run-up to elections, when some politicians, including the late President Beji Caid Essebsi, spoke openly against the decriminalisation of homosexuality. Five years later, conservative candidates are again speaking up against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT rights, using the issue to shore up support with their conservative electoral base. Many accused Saied of using homophobia to appeal to deep-seated prejudices as he attempted to gain popularity ahead of elections. In this regard, we have been respecting the regulations of the Central Bank and submitting audit reports on a regular basis.
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