!! OMG, a new US map reveals where it’s OK to “Say Gay” and where it’s not !!

This is chilling. Just when you thought things would ‘GET BETTER’ the US continues to take a step back in time, to the wrong side of history with a growing spread of anti-LGBTQ law and legislation. Check out a in-depth breakdown of where it’s “OK to Say Gay and where it’s not” these days, after the jump.

[via lgbtq nation ]: Eight states now have “Don’t Say Gay” laws banning discussion of LGBTQ+ people and issues in at least some grades, including those “no promo homo” states: Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, plus Florida, Arkansas and Kentucky. Five states require parental notification of LGBTQ+ curricula and allow parents to opt their children out, including Arizona, Montana and Tennessee, while two others (Florida and Arkansas) have both opt-out and “Don’t Say Gay” laws.

In seven states — California, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado, Illinois, New Jersey and Connecticut — standards explicitly require LGBTQ+ inclusion in subjects like history, civics and social studies.

In the middle, 32 states, 5 territories and the District of Columbia have no LGBTQ+-specific curricular laws.

According to MAP, 27 percent of the adult LGBTQ+ population live in states requiring LGBTQ+ curricula, while 21 percent live in states with “Don’t Say Gay” laws. 10 percent live in states with parental consent rules.

Bringing together states with “Don’t Say Gay” laws and parental consent requirements, 31 percent of the LGBTQ+ adult population is living in states with discriminatory curricula vs. 27 percent with LGBTQ+-inclusive rules, or a 4 percent far-right advantage.

Looking at the U.S. population as a whole, 15 million more people live in states with “Don’t Say Gay” and parental opt-out rules vs. those with LGBTQ+-inclusive standards: 87,186,000 to 72,153,000, or a nearly 5 percent far-right advantage among a total population of 331,449,281.

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3 Comments on "OMG, a new US map reveals where it’s OK to “Say Gay” and where it’s not"

  1. Jeffrey York | April 19, 2023 at 2:22 pm | Reply

    It seems the most restrictive laws are in “Red” states that went for dTrumpf except AZ (they tried)

  2. I love how people who hysterically gasp at every little lie the hissing bitches in the media snarl out know absolutely nothing about what’s really going on.

  3. thank god i live in california.

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