Dfw gay and lesbian newsletter
Through direct action and national resolutions, LULAC and its membership have stood firm on the rights of LGBT Americans to: - be protected from hate crimes - work free from discrimination - to serve openly and honestly in the U. Armed Services - allow bi-national couples to stay together by updating antiquated immigration laws, and - officially oppose federal marriage laws that discriminate against couples who have entered legal unions in their state. We live in a time of unprecedented social and political progress toward equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT Americans. The President of the United States embraces marriage equality, and a dozen states now allow same-sex couples to wed. Sports figures, religious and civil rights leaders, and celebrities are coming out or speaking up for fairness.
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The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association | ILGA
Although Dallas's pride parade isn't until September, celebrants in North Texas still have plenty of options when it comes to celebrating Pride Month. These events are open to all and everyone is invited. Our informal monthly happy hours and other activities are intended to increase professional and social contacts between our groups and individuals, and to foster a greater sense of community. North Texas Gay Pride Festival. Now in its sixth year, we bring together citizens, corporations, small businesses, municipalities and non-profits to unify support for the LGBT community while getting acquainted with new friends in a welcoming environment. Our first "festival" was held in downtown McKinney in We had people show up.
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Unsolved attacks in Dallas LGBT district unnerve gay men looking for justice
The Supreme Court is taking on a major test of LGBT rights in cases that look at whether federal civil rights law bans job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The justices said Monday they will hear cases involving people who claim they were fired because of their sexual orientation and another that involves a funeral home employee who was fired after disclosing that she was transitioning from male to female and dressed as a woman. The cases will be argued in the fall, with decisions likely by June in the middle of the presidential election campaign. Title VII does not specifically mention sexual orientation or transgender status, but federal appeals courts in Chicago and New York have ruled recently that gay and lesbian employees are entitled to protection from discrimination. The federal appeals court in Cincinnati has extended similar protections for transgender people.
Michael Dominguez remembers almost nothing of the moment that changed his life. This much he knows: he was leaving a bar to walk the short distance to his apartment when someone approached him from behind and smashed the back of his head. He woke up a couple of hours later in hospital. I was stabbed on the left side of my neck right underneath my ear.
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