Is gay rights a foreign or domestic policy?
Depends on which rights you're talking about. Most rights denied to gay people are domestic rights, but a few are related to foreign policy.
gay rights are positive rights.
Yes, gay rights are a form of civil rights.
Gay people have rights because they deserve rights.
gay rights are not abused, since there is no such thing. The gay rights movement seeks human rights, which affect everyone. There is no such thing as a right that only gay people have.
You don't get rights for being gay. In fact, depending on where you live, you lose rights for being gay.
Yes! In regards to social policy (i.e. gay rights) Libertarians and Democrats are very similar.
Gay people have rights because all people have rights.
Women's rights and gay rights definitely have some overlap, but the differences are in what rights are lacking.
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They do support gay rights :)
The same things that everyone else thinks about: weather, our jobs, American foreign policy, major league baseball and Lady Gaga.
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There is no such thing as a "right" that only gay people get or want. "Gay rights" is an expression referring to equal rights for gay people. They are the same rights anyone else gets. Some rights that gay people lack, depending on where they live, are: The right to live in peace with whom we choose. The right to get married if we want. The right to visit our husband/wife/partner/spouse in hospital without the… Read More
The bible does not address gay rights.
The gay rights movement strives for equality.
Gay rights should not be banned. Gay rights are equal rights, and equality is good for society. Gay people should have the same rights and freedoms as everyone else. Some gay issues currently disputed are: Marriage/civil unions Legality/decency of gay intimacy adoption and fostering of children protection from discrimination and violence
If you are asking if equal rights for gay people are important, the answer is yes.
Anyone with a conscience would ask for gay rights.
No amendment bans gay rights on a federal level.
John McCain has no plan regarding gay rights.
It's called being a proponent of gay rights.
No. In fact, they support gay rights, and always have.
John McCain does not support gay rights.
The 5th ammendment does not violate gay rights.
Each election, all of the Democratic candidates support gay rights and most (or all) of the Republican candidates oppose gay rights.
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Gay people were not specifically considered upon the writing the Constitution, so there aren't any real "Gay rights" in the Bill of Rights. Although, the Bill of Rights still applies, I guess.
Gay Rights Working Party was created in 1981.
Gay Rights Working Party ended in 1986.
The majority of Democrats support gay rights, and equality in general.
Gay people don't have rights because the government is stupid. And is controlled by homophobes. Gay people should have the same rights as everyone else. So what if guys like guys or girls like girls? It's not affecting you unless your gay. Gay people should have rights.
I believe Mr. Obama supports full civil rights for gays and lesbians, including the legalization of and federal recognition of same-sex marriage.
Gay rights first became public in 1969. But it wasn't until the 2000's that gay people started demanding full equal rights.
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Democrats are in favor of equal rights for gay people. As of 2017, 40% of Republicans agree.
Feminism and gay rights were political and social movements. APEX :3
The Green party supports full equal rights for gay people.
Yes he did support gay rights.
as of 2014, there is slight majority in favor of gay rights, about 53%.
The Green Party supports gay rights and marriage equality.
As of 2013, the only country in Africa that has gay rights is South Africa.
All people who believe in freedom and equality support gay rights.
There were no gay rights in Ireland in the 1960's.
No, Sarah Palin and the Tea Party are not supporters of gay rights.
As of 2017, the U.S. President with the strongest support of gay rights was Barack Obama.
The difference is that most of the opposition to gay rights believes being gay is a choice (and a bad one at that). No one in the racial civil rights era believed being Black was a choice.
The Democratic Party officially supports equality for gay people. The Republican Party officially opposes gay rights.
There are no "gay rights". Gay people should have every statutory and Constitutional right Straight people have.
If you are asking if gay rights are of Christian origin, the answer is no. In fact, one of the main reasons gay people are fighting for equality is because of Christianity.
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