- A new survey from independent research organization Public Religion Research Institute has shed some light on Americans’ attitudes toward LGBTQ people, especially whether transgender people should be able to access the restroom that matches their transgender identity.
- According to the survey, the 53% of Americans oppose laws that ban transgender people from using the bathroom that matches their gender identity. However, broken down by political party, Democrats oppose such bills 65-30 while Republicans favor them 59-36.
- Though Republicans favor limiting transgender access to gender-appropriate restrooms, they do favor LGBTQ non-discrimination ordinances, which are heavily favored across the board.
- According to the survey, 60% of Republicans and 70% of all Americans favor laws protecting LGBTQ people.
- 48% of people who identify as Republicans believe that Christians face a lot of discrimination. More Republicans reported widespread discrimination against Christians than against black Americans, lesbians, gays, immigrants and Muslims. Forty-eight percent of Republicans believed transgender people face a lot of discrimination. Read more (3/10/17 5:12 PM)
dude I read your HT sans imagine with the S/O sitting with UT sans before bed and then I DREAMT IT plus some bonus content but damn HT sans is a pretty intimidating presence in a dream. also he had a theme that i feel like I've heard before but I can't place it now while awake. it was creepy as hell and the most unnerving song I've ever heard and started playing in my dream after he came up behind me in bed and wrapped his arms around me. 10/10 scariest spooning of my life LOL