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First Gay Military Couple To Be Wed At West Point Military Academy

Two US army captains who met during ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ have become the first active-duty gay couple to get married at a famous military academy.
The wedding significantly took place in the glorious surroundings of the United States Military Academy West Point.

Capt. Daniel Hall, 30, and Capt. Vinny Franchino, 26 exchanged vows this weekend at the estate’s picturesque chapel, the New York Times reports.
The pair are Apache helicopter pilots. They met in 2009 when Hall was a senior and Franchino was a freshman.
It was at a time the former President Bill Clinton’s policy ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ was still in effect.

It stopped gay or bisexual members of the military from serving openly.
'We couldn’t tell the truth for fear of what would happen to us,’ Franchino told The New York Times.
‘So we put it in our minds that we were never going to say we were gay.

‘We were never going to get made fun of, and we were certainly never going to get kicked out of the Army.’
But even after Congress repealed ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ in September 2011 – it wasn’t an easy ride for the pair.
‘That’s where some guy called us both faggots,’ Franchino told The Times.

Though they had their first date in 2012, they were split up by a deployment. Hall was sent to South Korea with his Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter. There he began dating other people.
However, the duo eventually got back together. And now dressed in their blue formal uniforms they have finally tied the knot.
Franchino said that although he’s been through a lot with his new husband, nothing was worse than when he had to hide his identity.

‘We’ve experienced everything from people feeling awkward around us to being called faggots while holding hands and walking down the street, stuff like that. But despite what we’ve been through, nothing was worse than having served during the ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ years.’

2017 Deadly Gay Assault Almost Doubled Under Trump Leadership

A new report from the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP) reveals 2017 was the deadliest year on record for LGBTQ people in the United States.
The organization counted 52 anti-LGBTQ homicides in all of 2017. This is an 86% increase from the violence of 2016.
In August, they released a mid-year report, showing 2017 was already deadlier than all of 2016.

The NCAVP uses the power of organization and education to end violence against the LGBTQ community.
‘We are releasing this report during a time when our communities are witnessing the few civil rights protections and policies being rolled back and discrimination being instituted into law,’ the NCAVP writes in the report.
The statistics are truly staggering.
Transgender women, cisgender men, and people of color faced the most violence. A majority of the victims (67%) were under the age of 35.
Guns were the most common means of homicide. They were used in 59% of incidents.
32% of the victims knew the offender, while another 32% died after a hook-up.

Finally, over half of the homicides occurred in just five states. New York and Texas led, following by Georgia, Louisiana, and Florida.
The NCAVP notes the violence is ‘not new, but amplified’.
In reality, the increase could be because of more incidents being reported. Alternatively, there were likely even more incidents that weren’t reported as well.
The organization also advises people call their representatives.

‘We ask that people call their representatives and ask them what they will do right now to proactively address hate violence and ensure that their communities are safe and affirming for LGBTQ people.’

Saturday, January 20, 2018

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Chief of External Affairs at CNCS Carl Higbie Resigns After Fallout For Anti-gay, Muslim And PTSD Sufferers Comments

Carl Higbie, the chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), resigned on Thursday (18 January) after CNN unearthed several offensive comments.
Higbie supported Donald Trump in 2016 during his campaign. Last year, Trump appointed him to the government position.
CNCS spokesperson Samantha Jo Warfield released the following statement: ‘Effective immediately, Carl Higbie has resigned as Chief of External Affairs at CNCS.’
The comments made by Higbie are extensive, ranging from Muslims to soldiers with PTSD and beyond. He made most of them on radio shows, as gathered by CNN.

As a warning, a lot of these comments contain offensive language.
In 2013, he explained his dislike of gay people on Sound of Freedom.
‘I talk about this in my book, you know, I was, I was molested by a gay guy when I was a young kid and that kind of set the precedence for me,’ he said. ‘So I, I just, I really don’t care for them. You know what, you want to be gay? Fine. Do it over in your own corner
Carl Higbie, the chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), resigned on Thursday (18 January) after CNN unearthed several offensive comments.
Higbie supported Donald Trump in 2016 during his campaign. Last year, Trump appointed him to the government position.
CNCS spokesperson Samantha Jo Warfield released the following statement: ‘Effective immediately, Carl Higbie has resigned as Chief of External Affairs at CNCS.’
The comments made by Higbie are extensive, ranging from Muslims to soldiers with PTSD and beyond. He made most of them on radio shows, as gathered by CNN.
As a warning, a lot of these comments contain offensive language.
In 2013, he explained his dislike of gay people on Sound of Freedom.
‘I talk about this in my book, you know, I was, I was molested by a gay guy when I was a young kid and that kind of set the precedence for me,’ he said. ‘So I, I just, I really don’t care for them. You know what, you want to be gay? Fine. Do it over in your own corner.’

He further stated if he was President he wouldn’t make laws against being gay as long as you ‘don’t throw it in my face’.
‘So go over there, be gay, don’t march down in the middle of the street and your drag outfit being fairies and things like that. Don’t make me like it because I don’t — do it on your own.’
While talking about Muslims on Sound of Freedom again in 2013, he made more homophobic comments.
‘I just don’t like Muslim people. People always rip me a new one for that. Carl, you’re racist, you can’t, you’re sexist. I’m like Jesus Christ. I just don’t like Muslim people because their ideology sucks,’ he said. ‘Go back to your Muslim shithole and go crap in your hands and bang little boys on Thursday nights.’
He then compared Muslims to child molestors and being okay with gay sex.

‘People are like, “Well, you can’t hate somebody just for being Muslim,”‘ he explained. ‘It’s like, yeah, I can. Do you hate people who rape little boys? They say, “Oh, of course. They’re just terrible people.” Well, yeah, most Muslims believe that to have sex with men is OK, which I don’t like it all. But second off, it’s the ideology of a child molester. The ideology of a Muslim is what I don’t like. They are screwed up in the head and it pisses me off.’
This is hardly the first time evidence has shown a Trump nominee is anti-LGBTI, nor the first time someone has resigned under Trump.
In July, press secretary Sean Spicer resigned. Sarah Huckabee Sanders replaced him.
One nominee said transgender children are evidence of Satan, while another compared protections for LGBT people to protections for pedophiles.

Finally, members of the HIV/AIDS council resigned and then the rest were fired.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

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Anti-Gay Trump Administration Now Declares It's Okay For Healthcare Professionals To Not Treat LGBT People

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Thursday announced a new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division in the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
The announcement was made at an event held at HHS headquarters.

The newly formed division is being tasked with ensuring that health care workers with religious or moral objections are allowed to opt out of certain procedures.
The move is likely to please Christian conservatives and other supporters of President Donald Trump.
The HHS Office for Civil Rights is headed by Roger Severino. Acting secretary of HHS Eric Hargan and Severino led Thursday's announcement.
LGBT rights advocate GLAAD criticized the move.
“Denying a transgender person – or any person – life saving care if they walk into an emergency room is far from a moral act, it is unjust and dangerous,” GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement. “Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and Trump’s appointees have tried time and again to establish blatantly bigoted policies that harm transgender and gender non-conforming Americans, and history will neither forget nor forgive this Administration’s attacks on its own people.”
GLAAD also pointed out Severino's long record of opposition to LGBT rights, including opposition to same-sex marriage and transgender rights and support for therapies that attempt to alter the sexuality or gender identity of a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender individual He's defended his opposition to LGBT rights by saying that he's acting out of love.
In a statement, the National LGBTQ Task Force said that the new division is about “legalizing discrimination.”
“We are not fooled: The new office announced this morning is meant to make it easier for people to discriminate, not to protect people of faith,” said Rea Carey, the group's executive director. “Health professionals have a duty to care for all their patients regardless of one's gender identity, sexual orientation, faith, creed, race, political views, gender, or disability, and no one should be denied care for being who they are.
The Transgender Law Center (TLC) predicted that the new policy could cost lives, adding that it would sue the administration.
“The agency charged with protecting our health is now inviting providers to deny life-saving medical care to people based on who we are. Once again, the Trump-Pence administration has shown they will do everything in their power to undermine the health and survival of transgender people. We will see them in court,” said Kris Hayashi, the group's executive director.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Trump Continues Assault Against LGBT Rights


From Pink News:
Donald Trump has created “Religious Freedom Day” – and it’s a clear assault on LGBT rights.
In a presidential proclamation issued yesterday, he announced that January 16 would from now on be known as Religious Freedom Day – a move that’s sure to please the Evangelical section of his base.
He did so after breaking with Barack Obama’s eight-year tradition of issuing annual proclamations recognizing June as LGBT Pride Month.
The US is currently embroiled in a battle between so-called religious liberty and LGBT people that centers on whether homophobic Christians should have the ability to discriminate against gay people.
In this environment, he wrote: “Faith is embedded in the history, spirit, and soul of our Nation.
“On Religious Freedom Day, we celebrate the many faiths that make up our country”.
This is the same President Trump who created a ban on Muslims entering the US, which rights groups called a death sentence for LGBT refugees unable to leave their countries.
Ironically, Trump emphasised that his dog whistle of a proclamation was based on the Founding Fathers’ search for “refuge from religious persecution” in America.
Just last month, his administration told the Supreme Court that it should be acceptable for businesses to put up signs denying service to same-sex couples.

Trump’s Solicitor General was supporting Jack Phillips of Colorado’s Masterpiece Cakeshop, who launched a legal challenge to the state’s anti-discrimination laws after refusing to serve a gay couple.

The baker turned away David Mullins and Charlie Craig after he found out they were getting a cake to celebrate their wedding.
Phillips has claimed that Jesus Christ would discriminate against gay people, and continues to insist his religion requires discrimination against gay people.
Now the Trump administration has further endorses Phillips’ views with a proclamation which carried a not-so-veiled threat towards LGBT people.
“Unfortunately,” the President wrote, “not all have recognised the importance of religious freedom, whether by threatening tax consequences for particular forms of religious speech, or forcing people to comply with laws that violate their core religious beliefs without sufficient justification.”
He added: “No American — whether a nun, nurse, baker, or business owner — should be forced to choose between the tenets of faith or adherence to the law.”
Note the reference to a “baker or business owner”.
While his administration continues to defend a homophobic baker, Trump told the people that “religious diversity strengthens our communities and promotes tolerance, respect, understanding, and equality”.
Tolerance and equality – except same-sex couples who want their own rights respected.
The proclamation sparked anger online, with commenter writing: “Persecuting LGBT individuals under the guise of religion isn’t an exercise of faith; it’s pure, unadulterated discrimination.”
Another person responded by saying: “Yes! And no American should have another person’s faith foisted upon them.
“Choosing no faith should also be protected.”
LGBT blogger JoeMyGod made an excellent – and funny – observation about the announcement.
He wrote: “Christians: Hooray! We’ve been protected from business discrimination since the Civil Rights Act of 1964!
“Gay Americans: Hey, can we get in on that?
“Christians: YOU WANT SPECIAL RIGHTS!!!”