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At the end of the day, David said, “all we are asking for is the same protections under law that should be guaranteed to every single person in this nation.”
Stella Keating, 16, of Tacoma, Washington, is a transgender student who founded The GenderCool Project, which says it highlights positive stories about transgender and nonbinary youth.
Keating echoed David’s sentiments, saying the Equality Act is important to transgender persons. Biden Commander In Thief Shirt, hoodie, tank top
“Right now, I live in a state where I have equal protection under the law,” Keating said. “And as a high school sophomore, I’m starting to look at colleges. And all I can think about is this: Less than half of the states in our country provide equal protection for me under the law.”
Keating shared aspirations and why passage of the Equality Act would make those aspirations more possible:
I represent America’s future. We are the next generation of small business owners. Software engineers. Scientists. Teachers. Nurses. Presidents. And for my generation to achieve all that we will, we just need to be able to live our lives. …
I hope that our time together has helped show you why passing the Equality Act will have such a significant, positive impact not only on the lives of kids like me but on the future of our country.
Durbin drew parallels with the fight for racial equality in America, women’s right to vote, and protections for disabled persons.
“We have got to have hope that America, as it has broken down the barriers to race, as it has broken down the barriers to women voting, broken down the barriers to those who are disabled, and broken down the barriers to sexual orientation, we will never stop breaking down these barriers,” the Illinois Democrat said.
3. Women and Girls Only Ones ‘Asked to Bear This Risk’
The future of women’s sports is bleak if the Equality Act becomes law, numerous GOP leaders and women’s right’s activists argued.
“It is none of government’s business what consenting adults do in their own bedrooms,” Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said, adding: