You have all heard about the intrusion of Russia into the US presidential elections. They targeted the Democrats and particularly Hillary Clinton. Well, Russia has come closer to LGBT people and other specific people like Muslims through pages and advertising campaigns on Facebook to manipulate them.
Jared Milrad, an award-winning actor, writer, filmmaker, lawyer, and activist, who worked in The White House for President Barack Obama, founded a nationally recognized non-profit organization, and was featured in Hillary Clinton’s historic presidential campaign commercials ("Getting Started," "Equal"), has launched We Won’t Go Back, a people’s movement for Americans of all backgrounds fighting to protect the country’s highest ideals of inclusivity, equality, justice, and opportunity.
We could see before the elections that Lady Gaga takes a clear position for Hillary Clinton. Trump elected, the singer promises to defend LGBTQ rights.
During an interview, singer Cyndi Lauper said she was shocked to Donald Trump's attitude towards the LGBTQ community and compared him to Adolf Hitler.
The battle also continues between the Democratic primary candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Before the primary officially start, we saw that Sanders and Clinton already clashed over who was the greatest supporter of LGBTQ rights.
Now, the battle between the two candidates from the Democrats clan has intensified since the results do not clearly show a winner. So, not again! Sanders highlights the fact that he was in favor of the equal marriage before Clinton and she highlights the fact that she is endorsed by pro-LGBT organizations.
In the Republican clan, the battle raged for these primary with LGBTophobes insults. I think that I have never heard so much LGBTophobes insults in so little time. We will pass these comments to be focused on Ted Cruz's boo-boo.
Indeed, his latest campaign video called "Conservatives Anonymous" embarrassed him since it portrays a porn star actress who uses to play in "lesbian" sex scenes.
Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan's candidate for presidential elections in 2016, wished a good Valentine's Day by sharing a video featuring several LGBT couples.
Last Friday, Ellen Page was left facing the Republican candidate Ted Cruz over LGBT rights.