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  • The Washington Post: Repurposing Coming Out Day in the Trump era

    Post | October 12, 2017

    On Trump’s first “National Coming Out Day” as  President, some are reconsidering the function of the observance, writes the Washington Post’s Eugene Scott. Log Cabin Republicans supports National Coming Out Day as an important means of reaching out to conservatives across the country to continue to promote a more LGBT-friendly party. To read the full […]

  • The Hill: Gay rights groups feel they are under siege

    Post | October 12, 2017

    The Hill’s Lydia Wheeler reports on sentiments among some LGBT-affiliated groups that the Trump administration is hostile to LGBT rights. The Log Cabin Republicans may disagree with certain positions the Administration has staked regarding LGBT rights, but still strongly feel that President Trump has kept his promise to protect LGBT Americans. To read more, click […]

  • Big League Politics: Exclusive–Leader of Log Cabin Republicans: Trump is the 1st GOP president to support LGBT human rights unequivocally

    Post | October 12, 2017

    Neil McCabe of Big League Politics quotes Log Cabin Republicans’ President, Gregory T. Angelo for his support of the Trump administration’s pro-LGBT policies. “We have never had a Republican administration in the United States that has stated unequivocally and explicitly its commitment to the human rights of LGTB individuals globally,” said Angelo. To read the full […]

  • Washington Blade: White House: Vote against UN death penalty resolution not about gays

    Post | October 5, 2017

    The Washington Blade’s Chris Johnson writes about the recent UN referendum on the topic of the death penalty, a measure the US voted against. The Log Cabin Republicans supported the vote, arguing that the referendum wasn’t primarily about LGBT human rights, but rather a condemnation of the death penalty at large. To read more, click […]