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Voices of Georgia

Discrimination is wrong—period. That’s why across the state, Georgians are speaking out for comprehensive civil rights legislation that would protect LGBT people from discrimination. Business leaders, people of faith are joining with gay and transgender people and their families in agreeing that no one should be discriminated against simply because of who they are.

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Transgender Law Enforcement Officer Finds Community Acceptance, But Says That Can’t Replace Legal Protections Anna Lange ~ Central Georgia
For Transgender Day of Visibility, Max Wants Other Georgians to Know He is More than A Trans Man Max Nijssen ~ Morrow, GA
Feroza Syed is Ready to Start A Family—But Because She is Transgender, Discrimination May Stand in The Way Feroza Syed ~ Atlanta
Mother of a Transgender Child in Georgia: You Are As You Were Meant to Be Amanda Dewis & Family ~ Johns Creek
Chosen Family Is A Gift LGBT People Can Give Themselves This Holiday Season Rev. Kim Sorrells ~ Reconciling Ministries Network
Creating A Church Where Everyone is Welcome, Especially Around the Holidays Rev. Melanie Vaughn-West ~ Decatur, GA
Bisexual Woman in Georgia Talks Family Acceptance and Strengthening Southern Advocacy Efforts Beth Sherouse ~ Atlanta
Georgia Tech Director Says LGBTQ-Inclusion Critical for Business Recruitment Aby Parsons ~ Georgia Tech
Life-Changing News: A Father Chooses Love for His Transgender Daughter Curtis Henry Jr. ~ Blue Ridge, GA
Two Years After Obergefell, Their Family Is Still “Split Down the Middle” Beth & Krista
Their Marriage Is Equal Under Law, But LGBT Couple Still Face Discrimination Nancy & Stephanie
2 Years After Marriage Equality, LGBT Couple Says Fight Is Far From Over Marisa & Andrea
Hurdles To Transitioning Without Non-Discrimination Protections Ames Simmons ~ Atlanta, Georgia
The Human Element: Raquel Willis on finding empowerment in her gender identity Raquel Willis ~ Atlanta, Georgia
A Father’s Faith Provides Guidance for Loving and Supporting His Transgender Son Quinn Hudson ~ Decatur, Georgia

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Since Anna Lange came out as a #transgender woman, “99% of interactions have been positive,” she says. But for that other 1%—and for other #LGBT people who aren't as lucky in their jobs and communities—an LGBT-inclusive civil rights law is needed: bit.ly/2LnHK0A pic.twitter.com/SErJAqqYY4

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