Presidents against gay marriage
With all of the momentum that the fight for marriage equality gained last week , the inevitability of universally legalized same-sex marriage feels tangible. While few presidents have come out in favor of the freedom to marry, the ones who have should no go unnoticed. Here are three presidents that are pro- marriage equality :. Barack Obama.
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Not a fundraiser, mind you — but a meet-and-greet for the vice president to reach out to LGBTQ people in the entertainment industry. The event was meant to be healing. As President Barack Obama and Vice President Biden sought re-election, Hollywood's queer community felt that the administration had not done enough. Sure, Obama had signed a bill in repealing the Clinton administration's disastrous military policy, "don't ask, don't tell;" and yes, the following year, Obama had instructed the Justice Department to stop defending the Defense of Marriage Act.
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Jump to main content. Jump to navigation. From major legislative achievements to historic court victories to important policy changes, the President has fought to promote the equal rights of all Americans — no matter who they are or who they love. And the progress the Administration has made mirrors the changing views of the American people, who recognize that fairness and justice demand equality for all, including LGBT Americans. The White House.
In the modern political climate gay rights are a commonly discussed issue and the last year or so has been a monumental time in making strides for equality. Similarly, after a long fight, gay marriage is now legalized which provides a level of equality to the LGBTQ community that is well deserved. To highlight the long road that it has been for gay rights activists we took a look at where the anti-LGBTQ politics started and unfortunately the homophobia has political roots. LGBTQ people in Russia and many Asian countries are persecuted for their sexuality to this day; so there is still a big fight ahead for gay rights activists worldwide.
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