LGBT agenda

Dozens of Conservative Groups Ask Gov. Noem to Support Legislation that ‘Protects All Women’

Dozens of conservative groups are asking South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) to support legislation that “protects all women—kindergarten to college—and provides them with a legal remedy when their rights are violated,” noting in a Monday letter that the Republican governor can join their coalition to defend Title IX by “supporting legislation like HB 1217 as originally passed.”

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem was given the Moms of America's Mothers of Influence award on Sunday in Washington, D.C. (Penny Starr/Breitbart News)

Wikipedia Editor Temporarily Banned for Criticizing Use of ‘Tree’ as Pronoun

The Wikipedia page for actor Keiynan Lonsdale became a battlefield in the fight over “preferred pronouns” due to a Twitter thread noting Lonsdale once suggested “tree” as his preferred pronoun. Despite doubts about Lonsdale’s sincerity, editors repeatedly changed the male pronouns on his article to “tree” this past week until an editor sought a compromise by removing pronouns entirely. One editor who criticized the move and denigrated the idea of “tree” as a pronoun was banned for a week.

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Poll: Nearly 16% of Generation Z Identify as LGBT

The overall percentage of Americans who identify as LGBT is on the rise, but the shift seems to be driven by younger generations — particularly Generation Z, which sees one in six identifying as LGBT, a Gallup survey released Wednesday found.

DETROIT, MI - JUNE 09: Locals and onlookers shout and wave rainbow flags during the Motor City Pride Parade on June 9, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Brittany Greeson/Getty Images)

Wikipedia Foundation Approves Leftist ‘Code of Conduct’

The Wikimedia Foundation, which owns Wikipedia, announced last week that its Board of Trustees has approved a new “code of conduct” for the site and its affiliated sites. Plans for a code of conduct had been announced last year and an early draft pushing left-wing identity politics submitted for public comment a few months later. Several clarifying changes were made following the comment period, with final changes after approval broadening the scope of restrictions on “intimidating” content.

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