US report shows the US president has used LGBTI inclusive vocabulary more than any other president.
While addressing his party on Friday, President Obama condemned the discriminatory nature of religious freedom bills.
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She would replace former U.S. global AIDS coordinator Eric Goosby, who resigned in late 2013.
Parliamentary speaker has told Barack Obama, Richard Branson, and other Western countries to mind their own business
The White House has thrown in the towel in trying to confirm William Thomas to a federal court seat in Florida, signaling an end to a puzzling case of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) blocking his own judicial nominee. In a pile of about 200 nominees President Barack Obama resubmitted to the Senate at the start of the year, Thomas was noticeably absent.
Special visa and asylum provisions must be made for Ugandan LGBTIs who seek to leave the country prior to the finalization of the “Kill the Gays” Bill. Time is of the essence.
People around the world are still persecuted for ‘who they love,’ said the president when remarking on progress still to be made.
In his World AIDS Day address, the President also talked about creating an AIDS-free generation and what our global responsibilities are.
"On this World AIDS Day, as we reflect on the extraordinary progress we have made together, it is important to remember that our work is far from finished."
US president calls bill ‘an important step in the right direction’.
There you have it, on the record: the federal government’s own top HIV prevention official, a gay man himself, admitting that homophobia at the highest levels of the U.S. government keeps gay and bisexual men from getting the targeted HIV prevention interventions they need.
The White House issued a statement Thursday from President Barack Obama, just moments after the U.S. Senate approved the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), urging House leaders to pass the measure.
With President Obama’s op-ed at The Huffington Post and Nevada Republican senator Dean Heller’s support announced this morning, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act is poised to pass the U.S. Senate