A new report ranked the United States 31 out of 136 countries, a score that’s expected to fall in the wake of hundreds of bills targeting anti-LGBTQ+ rights across the country. September 25, 2023 People chant while protesting bills HB 1686 and SB 14 during a ‘Fight For Our Lives’ rally at the Texas State Capitol on March 27, 2023 in Austin, Texas. Community members and activists gathered at the Capitol to protest the bills, which seek to limit healthcare to transgender youth. This post originally appeared on The 19th .

Uruguay, Luxembourg, Brazil, Norway, Colombia, Malta and Chile are […]

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Uruguay, Luxembourg, Brazil, Norway, Colombia, Malta and Chile are the countries that best uphold the human rights of their LGBTQ+ citizens, according to a report released last week.

Conspicuously off that list? The United States, which scored a C or “persecuting” grade when it comes to LGBTQ+ human rights on the Franklin & Marshall Global Barometers Report . The annual study, conducted by a partnership led by […]

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