18 October 2012
Yesterday, the Center for American Progress posted a very informative infographic about the state of legal protections for LGBT people in the United States:
The information about which states have or don't have protections for transgnders, lesians and gays isn't shocking to most of us in the community. But it is disturbing to note that 71 percent of the land area of the United States has no laws protecting LGBT people against discrimination in employment, housing and other areas.
What might be even more shocking, though, is that 42,044,205 children live in states without laws that would prohibit employers from firing those kids' parents, guardians or other caretakers for being transgendered, lesbian or gay.
What would Romney, who claims to care so much about the future of our kids, make of this?