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Hillary Clinton declares 'gay rights are human rights'
Hillary Clinton's evolution on gay marriage: Column
Hillary Clinton told an audience of LGBT advocates Thursday night that the progress they've achieved in recent years may not be secure under the Donald Trump administration, and urged them to keep fighting. The audience at the fundraising dinner for The Center, an LGBT community group in New York, greeted Clinton with multiple standing ovations and cheers as she accepted the organisations' Trailblazer Award. We can never stop fighting. Clinton's appearance was one of several in recent months where she has been greeted with huge ovations — including several at Broadway shows. She also quipped that the evening had posed a dilemma for her: She'd had the choice, she said, of attending the dinner or seeing Bette Midler in Hello, Dolly! Also honoured was designer Marc Jacobs, who received the group's Visionary Award and is a longtime Clinton supporter.
Hillary Clinton’s Gay Rights Evolution
Washington CNN As recently as a year ago, Hillary Clinton was sparring with a public radio host about her position on same-sex marriage, defending her past reticence to discuss the issue and falling well short of full-throated support. Now, in a markedly new position, Clinton is offering just that, calling gay marriage a right afforded by the Constitution. As a candidate in , Clinton opposed same-sex marriage, supporting the idea of civil unions instead. She did not proclaim her personal support for same-sex marriage until , after she left her diplomatic position as secretary of state. During a interview with NPR, Clinton and host Terry Gross sparred over the topic in a conversation that, at times, grew testy.
The US has publicly declared it will fight discrimination against gays and lesbians abroad by using foreign aid and diplomacy to encourage reform. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told an audience of diplomats in Geneva: "Gay rights are human rights". A memo from the Obama administration directs US government agencies to consider gay rights when making aid and asylum decisions. Many ambassadors rushed out of the room as soon as Mrs Clinton finished speaking, the Associated Press news agency reported. In October, UK Prime Minister David Cameron's suggestion that aid could be cut to countries that did not recognise gay rights was condemned by several African countries where homosexual acts are banned, including Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe.