BATROUN (Lebanon), May 22 — Gay Lebanese celebrated privately yesterday the closing ceremony of the first gay pride rally in their country and the Arab world, fearing reprisals from police or Islamists. - See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/world/article/gay-lebanese-scrap-pride-event-because-of-threats#sthash.1SB1oYWF.dpuf
The redaction of LGBT categories is similar to the proposal at the Department of Health & Human Survey to remove established questions seeking to identify LGBT elders in from the National Survey of Older Americans Act Participants, or NSOAAP.
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In Uganda, where homosexual acts are punishable by prison sentences, being openly gay requires an astounding amount of courage. Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera is not only incredibly open about her sexuality, she's made fighting for the rights of Uganda's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community her life's work.
Amid a thicket of conflicting state laws and local school policies on bathroom use, the suit, which pits Mr. Grimm against his school board in Gloucester County, Va., could greatly expand transgender rights — or roll them back.
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If Trump enables Pence’s attitudes toward sexuality and gender identity to prevail in U.S. foreign policy, it will shift the already precarious balance of power in the United Nations. The internationalization of LGBT rights will slow if not halt.
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