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LGBT activists view Obama as staunch champion of their cause
January 7, 2017

It was a new look for the White House, bathed in rainbow colors to celebrate the Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriage nationwide.

President Barack Obama, who was inside, felt the glow on that June night in 2015.

"To see people gathered in the evening outside on a beautiful summer night, and to feel whole and to feel accepted, and to feel that they had a right to love — that was pretty cool," he said a few days later.

"Pretty cool."

That might be a fair description of how Obama himself is viewed by legions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans who consider him — among all U.S. presidents — the greatest champion of their rights and well-being.

The relationship was slow in developing.

Obama took office in 2009 as a self-described "fierce advocate" for gay rights. Yet for much of his first term, he drew flak from impatient, skeptical activists who viewed him as too cautious, too politically expedient. They were frustrated he wouldn't endorse same-sex marriage — Obama cagily said he was "evolving" — and wanted him to move faster on several other issues.

But the pace of Obama's actions steadily accelerated.

In December 2010, he signed legislation enabling gays and lesbians to serve openly in the military. In 2011, he directed government agencies to combat LGBT rights abuses internationally. By May 2012, soon after Vice President Joe Biden set the example, Obama endorsed gay marriage.

His administration also stopped defending the Defense of Marriage Act, which denied federal recognition to same-sex couples. That move helped clear the way for the Supreme Court's historic same-sex marriage ruling in 2015.

In the nationwide marriage debate, Obama was not a pace-setter. A Gallup poll showed a majority of Americans supporting same-sex marriage a year before he did. But the president didn't pause at the stage. He continued throughout his two terms to find ways to support the LGBT community even when Congress was in partisan deadlock.

According to a tally by the Human Rights Campaign, Obama's administration has made more than 125 changes to regulations and policies to expand LGBT rights, and Obama appointed more than 250 openly LGBT people to federal positions, including 15 judicial appointments and nine high-level diplomatic posts.

Kate Kendell, executive director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, said the policy achievements tell only part of the story.

"More than all of this, he honestly and without reservation embraced and celebrated our community as part of the human family," she said. "He was not perfect, but he leaves a legacy that will be hard to beat."

In the past year alone, there were several telling moments.

On June 16, Obama traveled to Orlando, Florida, to meet with the families of the 49 people killed four days earlier by a rampaging gunman at an LGBT nightclub.

"This was an attack on the LGBT community," Obama said. "Americans were targeted because we're a country that has learned to welcome everyone, no matter who you are or who you love."

Eight days later, Obama designated the first national monument honoring LGBT rights: the site of the Stonewall Inn in New York City. A community uprising there in 1969, in response to a police raid, had helped energize LGBT activism nationwide.

In November, Obama gave a warm embrace to comedian Ellen DeGeneres while awarding her the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She had come out as a lesbian in 1997, and the White House citation said, "Her courage and candor helped change the hearts and minds of millions of Americans," said the White House citation.

While supporters of LGBT-rights are extolling Obama's record, some religious conservatives say the president went too far in some cases, infringing on the religious liberties of Americans whose faiths disapprove of same-sex marriage.

"The Obama administration has waged an aggressive and unnecessary culture war," wrote Ryan Anderson, a senior research fellow at The Heritage Foundation, in a recent column.

He urged President-elect Donald Trump to make clear that his incoming administration "will never penalize any individual or institution because they believe and act on the belief that marriage is the union of husband and wife."

Professor and author Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College, recalled how Obama had reached out to evangelicals during his first presidential campaign in 2008 — an outreach that troubled LGBT activists. But Stetzer said many evangelicals became disenchanted by Obama's later advocacy of same-sex marriage.

"He has tried to wade through some of the issues, but many evangelicals feel he didn't strike the right balance," Stetzer said. "They genuinely feel that their religious liberty is in jeopardy because of a shift on LGBT rights."

Since Trump's election victory, LGBT-rights activists have expressed fears that the new Republican administration will reverse some of Obama's supportive executive orders and back legislation allowing some forms of discrimination against LGBT people if it's based on religious beliefs.

Among those unsettled by the presidential transition is Cari Searcy of Mobile, Alabama, who along with her wife waged years of litigation seeking joint parental rights to their son. Their lawsuit overturned Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage.

"After fighting such a long, hard battle for equal protections for our family, it is a very real concern that those rights could now be taken away," said Searcy.

As for Obama, Searcy said he "revolutionized the way America sees us."

"The policies and protections that our community gained under his administration changed our daily lives and included us in the national conversation," she said. "We have come so far under his leadership, and for that, I will forever be grateful."


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Barak Hussein 0bama is a Muslim queer himself
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Man Accused Of Repeatedly Sexually Assaulting Pit Bull

A man in Pensacola, Florida, is charged in the repeated sexual assault of a pit bull over about 3½ years. Bradley Jean Hubbard, 23, was arrested Monday after a roommate accused him of assaulting his family dog, Baby Girl, according to the Pensacola News Journal. The accuser told police she estimated she had seen Hubbard take the dog to his bedroom for sexual abuse at least 100 times. ...
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Retailer Target Abruptly Shuts Expansion Projects amid Boycott over Transgender Policy

Target announced the end of two projects as the stock price fell 64.77 at market close on Feb. 8. That’s down from $83 dollars when the boycott began once the company made its transgender policy change on April 19. The stock price drop has slashed roughly $10 billion from the company’s value on Wall Street.

Target announced it was shutting down a project billed as the “Store of the Future.” The project was aimed at developing a new outlet design that would consist of a smaller upfront retail store fronting a warehouse with robots picking items for the customers up front, recode.com reported. The closure was so sudden that it caught the project’s manager by surprise.

This project was expected to incorporate its Internet-based e-commerce offerings and was also set to offer space for customers to attend classes or have “meet-ups.”

The second project was codenamed “Goldfish,”and it was intended to create an online marketplace upon which other retailers and manufacturers could sell products to customers through Target.

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CNN's Chris Cuomo Suggests 12 Year Old Girls Are The Problem If They Don't Want To See A Male's Genitals In Locker Rooms

CNN’s Chris Cuomo thinks that a 12 year old little girl is the problem if she doesn’t want to be in a locker room with a male where he can expose his genitals to her. He also said that if her father had a problem with it, he is either overprotective or intolerant. There are no words for the level of degeneracy this man has sunk to. What kind of society do we have when it’s not even a priority to protect our daughters from sexual perversion?

Chris Cuomo received a lot of backlash for his tweet so he tried defending his position by saying that he has 2 daughters. He claims he has the same instinct to protect, however; he’s such a slave to his doxies that ‘equality’ for all eclipses logic. Equality means having your 12 year old daughters exposed to a male’s genitals at school. Unbelievable. Shame on you, Chris Cuomo.

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Wyoming Judge Who Refused to Perform Same-Sex Marriage Reprimanded in Court

A municipal judge in a small town in Wyoming has been reprimanded by the state’s Supreme Court for refusing to perform same-sex marriages.

FoxNews.com reports that Judge Ruth Neely refused to perform same-sex marriages on the basis of her religious beliefs.

In a 3-2 decision, the Court ruled that Neely violated judicial conduct code, but that she wouldn’t have to be removed from the bench.

"Judge Neely shall either perform no marriage ceremonies or she shall perform marriage ceremonies regardless of the couple's sexual orientation," wrote Justice Kate Fox in the ruling.

Neely has actually never been asked to perform a same-sex marriage in the 2,000-person town of Pinedale, Wyoming, or in the broader Sublette County, but her primary responsibilities as a judge have been to perform marriage ceremonies.

Justice Fox added that Neely’s case is not about same-sex marriage or religious objection.

“This case is also not about imposing a religious test on judges," wrote Fox. “Rather, it is about maintaining the public's faith in an independent and impartial judiciary that conducts its judicial functions according to the rule of law, independent of outside influences, including religion, and without regard to whether a law is popular or unpopular."

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Female Minister Who Identifies as Male Asserts: ‘God Is Transgender’

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A female minister in Texas who identifies as male recently declared at the state capitol that “God is transgender” in expressing her opposition to a proposed bill that requires those using restrooms and locker rooms in government buildings and public schools to use the facility that corresponds with the gender on their birth certificate.

Seth Wynn, who leads Agape Metropolitan Community Church in Fort Worth, began her speech refuting another pastor who had cited the Book of Genesis in expressing support for the legislation.

“In the beginning, God created humankind in God’s image. God created them male and female, so God is transgender,” Wynn asserted, as those gathered erupted in cheers and applause.

“So, it’s important that we all remember that—that we’re all created in the image of what is holy and divine and sacred, and we should all be treated that way,” she added.


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LIBERAL INSANITY: New Book ‘Toni The Tampon’ Teaches Children That Men Can Menstruate

Cass Clemmer, the author of The Adventures of Toni the Tampon, has been using her coloring book character to “destigmatize” menstruation. Now, however, she also wants to “de-gender” the female biological process and to persuade children that men get periods too.

The author of a children’s coloring book has invented a character named “Toni the Tampon” to instruct children that men can menstruate.

EDITOR’S NOTE: No words…speechless…bereft of speech. But suffice to say that this insanity, this clear-cut fundamental lunacy is indeed the actual platform of the new Democratic Left. Don’t like your gender? Pick a new one, or better yet, create a new one. Same-sex marriage? Sure! But don’t stop there, let’s add animals and inanimate objects. Bored with your life? Simply “identify” with something else, as someone else, as anything else, and  the LGBTQP will demand protect for it as your “human rights”.

Cass Clemmer, the author of The Adventures of Toni the Tampon, has been using her coloring book character to “destigmatize” menstruation. Now, however, she also wants to “de-gender” the female biological process and to persuade children that men get periods too.

Clemmer’s latest adventure of Toni the Tampon is one aspect of the progressive campaign to blur the differences between male and female, and to ultimately create a “genderless” society which bars the commonplace civic distinctions between biological males and biological females in a heterosexual society.


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