Lgbt And Transgender Identity Politics

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Although the LGBT and Transgender community have had success with identity politics, there has been some limitations and obstacles throughout the past twenty-five years, due to religious groups, using the Republican Party, to shove their Christian beliefs down the throats of the Americans people (Drabold, 2016).

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