Let’s vote ! According to you, which one of these leaders made the greatest LGBT contribution in 2017 ?
Andrea Jenkins is the first black openly transgender women to be elected to public office in the USA. She isn’t only politician. She’s also active in the local, national and international arts scene and you can discover this TEDx speech of her:
Vote for Andrea Jenkins
Lena Waithe became the first African-American woman to win an Emmy for outstanding writing in a comedy series. She delivered a vibrant and beautiful advocacy for LGBTQ during the Emmy awards.
Vote for Lena Waithe
Justin Trudeau is Prime Minister of Canada and he apologizes for Canada’s program targeting LGBTQ civil servants from the 1950s and 1990s. He spoke about state-sponsored, systemic oppression’ and a “collective shame.” As head of the government, claiming for the responsibility of a state and for LGBT equality rights, this is not something to hear very often… Cherry on the cake, his words were emotionally spoken as a proof of his indubitable sincerity.
Vote for Justin Trudeau
Savannah, a 12-year-old girl came out at her mormon church. Her name isn’t only Savannah, her name is also Savannah Courage. Nothing was going to stop her.
Vote for Savannah
Tim Wilson is member of the parliament of Australia. He defended and voted for same-sex marriage after an national, historic but non-binding postal survey where 61.6 % of the australian folks voted “Yes”. But there is more: Tim Wilson proposed to his boyfriend in Parliament and he said yes! The international press has widely reported about it.
Vote for Tim Wilson
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