This is an article about the social policy of the President Donald Trump during his presidency. President Donald Trump describes himself as pro-life and generally opposes abortion with some exceptions: rape, incest, and circumstances endangering the life of the mother. Hodges ruling.
Less than two weeks after he was inaugurated, Donald Trump did something that, at the time, seemed decent: On Jan. Specifically, the memo claimed the new president would not overturn a Obama administration executive order protecting LGBTQ employees of federal contractors from workplace discrimination. Through executive orders, agency rule-making and tweets, the Trump administration has been blasting away at the LGBTQ community from the start.
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Donald Trump has been a consistent opponent of marriage equality. Marriage : Trump has been a consistent opponent of marriage equality. Trump later reversed himself and said he also opposed civil unions.
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BERLIN — The Trump administration is launching a global campaign to end the criminalization of homosexuality in dozens of nations where it's still illegal to be gay, U. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, the highest-profile openly gay person in the Trump administration, is leading the effort, which kicks off Tuesday evening in Berlin. The U.
I live in New York. New York is a place with lots of gays, and I think it is great. But I'm not in favor of gay marriage. You see these great players with these really long putters, because they can't sink three-footers anymore.
When a debate broke out over which bathrooms transgender individuals should be able to use, Trump told the Today show that Caitlyn Jenner could use any bathroom she wanted at Trump Tower. And during his acceptance speech at the Republican national convention, he cited the shootings at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla. But since becoming president, Trump and his administration have repeatedly rolled back existing protections, especially for transgender Americans.
In news that few people expected, the Trump administration has announced the launch of a global campaign to end the criminalisation of homosexuality worldwide. As a gay man, I find the idea that anyone like me is considered a criminal simply for their identity extremely distressing. Yet while I am, of course, pro-decriminalisation, I am sceptical of this announcement from the Trump administration. With calls to abandon the Iran Nuclear Deal and reintroduce sanctions generating little enthusiasm in Europe, this move is a clear an attempt to refocus the Iran conversation around gay rights, an issue that is supported by most European nations.