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Trump officially endorses Roy Moore

Trump tweets his endorsement for Roy Moore.

Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore who vehemently opposes LGBT rights was fully endorsed by President Donald Trump on Monday.

Trump had apparently waited until the final hours to throw his support behind Moore because of recent sexual misconduct accusations concerning Moore.

Trump uses "Pocahontas" jab during Navajo veteran ceremony

Native American World War II veterans are subject to president Trump's racist jab at Senator Warren.

On Monday during a White House ceremony honoring Native American war veterans, Donald Trump let fly a racist slur against Senator Elizabeth Warren, calling her “Pocahontas.”

Turkey's capital city bans all LGBT events

Turkey's capital, Ankara fears anti-LGBT violence and therefore has suspended any LGBT events indefinitely.

Turkey’s capital city Ankara has banned all LGBT Pride events, including film screenings, theatre shows and exhibitions. This is an effort, city officials say, to protect “public security."

The restrictions went into effect on Saturday for an “Indefinite” period.

White trans person identifies as Filipino, say they are "transracial"

Ja Du is a white trans person who identifies as "transracial."

Editor's note: since the subject of this story did not specify which pronoun to use in the original article, we have opted to use they, them and their in an effort to avoid misgendering. 

Ja Du lives in Florida and has become part of a growing group of people who are white but identify as “transracial.” Ja Du is also transgender.  

Man Kim Davis refused marriage license to may run against her for Clerk

 David Ermold confronting Kim Davis for his right to marry.

Just when we thought Kim Davis was gone from the media forever, she has popped up not once, but twice in the news this week.

First the Kentucky Clerk infamous for denying same-sex marriage licenses after the SCOTUS ruling said she is running for re-election to keep her post, but now the same gay man she refused to serve, David Ermold, wants to campaign for the same job.

Virginia trans woman, Danica Roem, wins against Republican incumbent

Danica Roem is first elected trans official in Virginia.

Virginia gets its first trans elected official, Danica Roem, filling a seat that will be vacated by Republican Robert G. Marshall at the Virginia House of Delegates. 

The race was fueled by local issues such as traffic in Prince William County, but also exposed trans issues, an LGBT hot-button issue often pressed by the Trump administration.