Standing Up for LGBTQIA Rights in America: A Commitment to Equality and Respect

I firmly uphold the rights of the LGBTQIA community, as enshrined in the Constitution and U.S. law. Discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity has no place in our society. Instead, we must foster an inclusive environment that fully recognizes and protects the rights of all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

My Views and Proposed Actions on LGBTQIA Rights

  • Promoting Love and Respect: I am committed to fostering an environment of love and respect towards every person, recognizing the dignity and worth of all, except in the face of unlawful behavior.
  • Respecting Family Autonomy in Education: While I stand with the LGBTQIA community, I believe that matters of sexual education, particularly when it comes to young children, should remain within the domain of parents or guardians. Schools and government should not be the primary educators on this intimate subject.
  • Protecting Children: I will advocate for stronger penalties against those who violate our laws concerning the safety and well-being of children. This includes working diligently to protect children from inappropriate exposure to sexual topics.
  • Combating Crimes Without Prejudice: It’s vital that we address the issue of sex crimes in our society. However, we must do so without bias or prejudice. Associating criminal behavior with any specific community, including the LGBTQIA community, can lead to harmful stereotypes and misunderstandings. Our focus should be on the actions of individuals, not on their identities.


Our nation’s strength lies in its diversity and the respect we show for each other’s rights and freedoms. My commitment to LGBTQIA rights is unwavering, as is my belief in the importance of family autonomy in personal matters and the necessity of just and unbiased laws.

I will continue to work to ensure that everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, is treated with dignity and respect. Additional proposals to further advance these goals will be shared in the future. Let’s work together to build a nation that truly honors the principle that all are created equal.

9 Responses

  1. There is no such thing as “gay” rights or special rights for the others in the LGBTQ+ categories. All humans have God given rights. No one more or less than anyone else. I do not believe perversions of any sorts should be legalized and condoned. What is the +? Any and all perversions not already listed?

    1. Thank you for your comments. I think we have to remember that what you call a perversion, many call normal. I base my policy decisions on scriptural teaching, and I would say that gay people deserve our love respect, just as anyone does. I do not think it is about condoning or legalizing a lifestyle. All Americans deserve protections from discrimination based on our laws, and I support existing law on this. At the same time, it is natural for most of us to discriminate based on our values. I feel certain we must outlow discrimination of any sort for factors beyond a person’s control and relevance to work. A tiny strand of black DNA should never be held against a black person. A gay person, who believe God made him/her that way deserves the same protection. Now, I will not put anyone in our schools to teach sexual issues in any way, including straights and gays. This is for the family to teach, as it sees fit.

      I don’t know what the + is either, but I don’t think you should call any of it perversions. I know it is from a scriptural point of view, but we are not a theocracy where rules are set entirely by faith, nor should we be. Atheists and gay (and all) Americans have the same civil rights Christians do. Let’s just respect all and if you want to encourage someone to go straight, it is your right to try to influence anyone. The word perversions is just too divisive for me and I would personally council anyone that a LGBTQ lifestyle is not acceptable to God, and therefore unwise. That is not my role as a public policy leader. Let’s continue this discussion, if you like, because it is very complex and deep. I apologize if I am preaching to the choir (you) on some of this, but I don’t know you well (yet). Thanks!

  2. Hallelujah. No bathrooms that are for men and women in same bathroom. No homeless women’s shelters that allow gay men. No placement of evil before our eyes

    1. I agree with you, but these are really states issues and not for a President to ensure. If you are asking that the federal government would outlaw these things, I would support that, but I would rather see the states decide. I think the federal government has to be very careful about taking positions on these types of issue, that I do agree with your position.

  3. The lack of sexual education in school age children is why there is so much unwanted teen pregnancy, so much spread of sexually transmitted illnesses, and why there is so much disrespect for sexuality and its implications. lack of education leads to promiscuity and the spread of lies about sex and the practice of sex. AND WORST OF ALL… it puts our children in harm’s way by keeping them naive and open to predators with a good story.
    And this approach mentioned above ensures that LGBTQ children are forced back into the closet to hide and are likely to be subjected to even higher rates of abuse than they are now which is already 3-4 times higher than any other demographic! Just how many dead LGBTQ kids will it take before people realize that isolating these kids is itself a deliberate act of violence towards those children!

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