Obama’s Transgender Reference Historic

22 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Obama Made History By Using This Word in the State of the Union.

In Washington DC, Barack Obama used the terms for the first time in history in a section of the widely broadcasted speech where he called on Americans to continue to “respect human dignity”. “That’s why we defend free speech, and advocate for political prisoners, and condemn the persecution of women, or religious minorities, or people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender,” Obama announced.There were over 6,000 words in President Obama’s State of the Union address, but he made history Tuesday night when he used just one of them: transgender.

Early on Dec. 28, Alcorn – born a boy and named Josh by his family – walked onto Interstate 71 in Warren County near South Lebanon and was hit by a truck. The 17-year-old left behind a suicide note onTumblr – which has since been removed – expressing hopelessness that her parents did not accept her. “My death,” the note said, “should mean something.” He was the first president to address gay rights during an inauguration during his second inaugural address and the first to support same-sex marriage.

Christopher Doyle, President and Co-Founder of Voice of the Voiceless, told The Christian Post that the push to ban this type of therapy “is for political purposes—if some individuals can change their sexual orientation, that proves that being ‘gay’ is not inborn, and therefore, some politicians may be less inclined to support full equality for LGBT citizens (including gay marriage) because if homosexuality is viewed as a clinical condition that can be changed, it’s more difficult for gay unions to be thought of as equivalent to heterosexual marriages.”

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