"LGBTQ" is an abbreviation that originated in the 1990s and replaced what was formerly known as "the gay community." The abbreviation was created to be more inclusive of diverse groups. LGBTQ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (and/or questioning) individuals/identities.The “Q” can stand for Questioning and/or Queer: Questioning refers to individuals who are unsure of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Queer is an umbrella term encompassing a variety of sexual orientations and gender identities excluding heterosexuality
Back then people were not allowed to love the same sex and if they did they would get bullied with or punished. The people in the LGBTQ community did not go out in fear of being harassed or teased. Today the problems have a lot of the same qualities of the past such as harassment.I am disappointed in humanity for even having a second thought of the LGBTQ community.
50 years from now i believe that there will not be a problem because we will be able to change our gender out of free will. In this time period there will be micro chips implanted in the base of our spine so that we will have word wide knowledge and shape shifting abilities. If
Basketball player Brittney Griner came out just before she was drafted into the WNB. "i am a strong black lesbian woman. Every single time i say it, i feel so much better." she is a strong person in my rights movement because she is in the NBA and she still is proud to say she is a lesbian even though she will probably ruin her reputation.
Hillary Clinton spoke out concerning her stance on LGBT equality in the United States. "LGBT Americans are full and equal citizens and deserve the rights of citizenship. That includes marriage. I support it personally and as a matter of policy and law."
To be honest i don't think i can do anything to help them, but if i see someone to in need ,i will try to help them. i will even help them online. basically i will help the LGBT people as if they were my best friends or/and family.............after they earned my trust. ' . '