Thanks Obama

He has given me the inspiration to fight for my rights in the coming years; for both myself and the rest of my community. He has given me the validation that I am a person just as equal as any American citizen. He has made me feel heard, respected and equal. has given me the confidence to bring about change on my own.

He did what a President was supposed to do: he encouraged me to be my best self, to make sure my voice was heard and to make sure I challenged the bonds that were restricting my community. He gave me hope that my life could be great and worth living, and for that I am eternally grateful.

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Telling people to “wait and see” about Trump highlights your own ignorance about the fight for LGBTQ, minority and gender equality

“Why don’t you just wait and see?” has become the conservative and pro-Trump motto since he won the election several weeks ago. I’ve heard and read it over and over again, and each time it makes me think the same thing: Every person who saying this to a member of the LGBTQ community, a minority,… Read More Telling people to “wait and see” about Trump highlights your own ignorance about the fight for LGBTQ, minority and gender equality

Why I don’t plan to stop challenging the Trump administration any time soon

Trump won, I get it. I accept it. I’m not seeking some loophole or obscure law where he winds up being ousted as President. The process is what it is and he is the result. Should the process be changed? Maybe, but that is neither here nor there when it comes to this election. So… Read More Why I don’t plan to stop challenging the Trump administration any time soon