LGBTQ in Kentucky

by Laura Ellis on February 15, 2011

STATE OF AFFAIRS 02/15/11:  What does it mean in 2011 to be LGBTQ in Kentucky? Are some areas of our state more tolerant than others? A recent survey found that 83% of Kentucky voters support equal rights for LGBTQ citizens yet many are unaware that work, housing, and even public service discrimination is still legal here. Join us this Tuesday when we talk with members of the Fairness Campaign about LGBTQ & equality in the Bluegrass State.

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Patrick Yaeger February 15, 2011 at 10:30 pm

I am stunned by the very supportive polling results mentioned in the program. I grew up in Kentucky and never thought such a positive change toward its LGBT citizens could ever happen here. I’m so grateful to have my cynicism proven no longer warranted. I truly hope legislators will do the right thing and pass the fairness doctrine statewide.

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