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Contact Your Representative and Tell Them to Support the Equality Act

Do you want your Congressperson to support the Equality Act?

by GLAAD | Updated on 3.8.19

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and other fair-minded Members of Congress are set to introduce the Equality Act in Congress, and you can add your voice to help it pass.

Under the Equality Act, LGBTQ people would have guaranteed, across-the-board protections in their everyday lives. A person’s sexual orientation or gender identity would be added as a protected class that would prevent any form of discrimination at the workplace, at home, or any other public venue – such as a pharmacy or school.

We need your voice to make sure Speaker Pelosi and the U.S. House know just how important this law would be for the 11.1 million Americans who identify as LGBTQ across the country. 

Contact your Congressperson today, and tell them that the Equality Act must pass as soon as possible!

GLAAD

Written by GLAAD

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    I am gay and one of the hardest and scariest things I have to endure is hiding who I am from my adoptive parents who are Mormon. I don’t have the option to move out of there home because I’m currently trying to figure out what is making me so sick. I have struggled with my sexuality for years and years and with everything that I’m dealing with including my struggle with mental health and growing up in an orphanage to be moved to the us and get abused and used as an ashtray, then be adopted by another family that the mother resents you because you have major trust issues and have never had that Mother’s unconditional love and security, she takes you to her parents and just leaves you there. And when you do come home for a bit you are being used as a punching bag and have no where to go. Child services are called but no one ever comes to help me. I have been struggling with the way our system is and how it works and I’m sorry but I don’t understand why or how so many different issues and lives have to be disregarded. All I have ever wanted was to be loved and protected. I want to get into the music industry so I can share my story and hopefully help those who haven’t found their voice yet. No one should ever have to experience that feeling of being alone, worthless, empty like a huge hole has been punched right through you. I don’t know about you but I think I deserve to be heard. I want to make a difference in this world. I use music to help cop with the hell I still go through. I apologize for the lengthy message. Please please read this and help support

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