With Roe Falling, LGBTQ Families Fear They’ll Be the Supreme Court’s Next Target

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“At first glance, U.S. anti-LGBTQ efforts can seem decentralized — individual actors in state houses all across the country — and it can create the false impression for queer families that homophobic and transphobic beliefs are widely held and evenly distributed in the population. But these attacks are the product of a well-funded, centralized effort to turn the ideology of a bigoted minority into public policy, and their origin is not difficult to track. ‘There’s a known universe of Christian-right organizations that are funding this movement,’ says Heron Greenesmith, a political analyst who tracks anti-LGBTQ activity. ‘And they’re shouting it from the rooftops.’”

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With Roe v. Wade overturned, LGBTQ families are protecting themselves incase Obergefell v. Hodges is next.