According to NBC News, at least 129 anti-LGBTQ bills were introduced across 30 states during the 2017 state legislative season. This info is from a new report published by LGBTQ advocacy group Human Rights Campaign (HRC). Twelve of these bills, which range from adoption laws to “religious freedom” legislation, became law. “If an LGBTQ couple drove from Maine to California today, their legal rights and civil rights protections could change more than 20 times at state borders and city lines,” HRC President Chad Griffin said.
In Gayland, a conservative politician tries to pass the Breeder Repatriation Act as a way to get rid of all the breeders. As this NBC News story shows, we are just a step or two ahead of reality. Read story