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Donald Trump bans Trans people from US Military
26.07.2017
Donald Trump bans Trans people from US Military
US President Donald Trump says transgender people cannot serve in "any capacity" in the military. He tweeted that he had consulted with military experts and cited "tremendous medical costs and disruption". The Obama administration decided last year to allow transgender people to serve openly in the military. But in June, Defence Secretary James Mattis agreed to a six-month del ... READ MORE
Trump rescinds trans bathroom guidance
23.02.2017
Trump rescinds trans bathroom guidance
Donald Trump's government has revoked guidance to US public schools that allowed transgender students to use toilets matching their gender identity. The guidance, issued by his predecessor Barack Obama, had been hailed by as a victory for transgender rights. But critics said it threatened other students' privacy and safety, and should be decided at state level. Mr Obama's directive had spa ... READ MORE
Ellen DeGeneres lauded for gay rights influence
23.11.2016
Ellen DeGeneres lauded for gay rights influence
Comedian Ellen DeGeneres was praised by the US president for her influence on the gay rights movement as she received the country's highest civilian honour. Celebrities including Tom Hanks, Robert De Niro and Michael Jordan were also among the 21 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Barack Obama said it was easy to forget the risk Ellen DeGeneres took to come out as gay in 1997. He sai ... READ MORE
Daily Mail upset that openly gay judge was involved in Brexit ruling
03.11.2016
Daily Mail upset that openly gay judge was involved in Brexit ruling
The Daily Mail is furious because an “openly gay” judge delivered a ruling on Brexit today. The High Court today ruled that the UK government can only trigger the process for leaving the European Union via a vote in Parliament, following the EU referendum earlier this year. The news has not gone down well among Brexit campaigners, who had hoped that Prime Minister Theresa May would be able ... READ MORE
Government committed to gay pardon law
22.09.2016
Government committed to gay pardon law
Proposals to introduce new legislation which would pardon gay men convicted under historical gross indecency laws will be brought forward "in due course", the government has said. The so-called Alan Turing law could see thousands of men pardoned for crimes of which they would be innocent today. World War Two code-breaker Turing was pardoned in 2013, decades after he was convicted of gross in ... READ MORE
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