The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), a far-left pro-homosexual and pro-transgender organization, declared on Tuesday that the LGBTQ crowd is facing a “state of emergency” after widespread backlash to its radical agenda.
Axios reports that this is the first such declaration in HRC’s 40-year history. The group issued a press release claiming that there has been an “unprecedented and dangerous spike in anti-LGBTQ+ legislative assaults sweeping state houses this year,” primarily in response to the attempted mainstreaming of transgenderism via popular culture and public education.
At least 75 bills cracking down on transgenderism have been signed into law across the country, which has led to HRC releasing its own guidebook on the current status of such state laws. There have been over 400 bills in total that have been introduced on the subject this year alone, although not all of them have passed.
“The multiplying threats facing millions in our community are not just perceived — they are real, tangible and dangerous,” Kelley Robinson, the president of HRC, claimed in her own statement. “In many cases, [the laws] are resulting in violence against LGBTQ+ people, forcing families to uproot their lives and flee their homes in search of safer states, and triggering a tidal wave of increased homophobia and transphobia that puts the safety of each and every one of us at risk.”
HRC’s declaration comes with the start of June, which is considered by some to be “pride month,” where many corporations and various government entities display rainbow-themed logos in support of homosexuality, transgenderism, and other forms of sexual degeneracy. In recent years, however, there has been a significantly higher backlash against the “pride” message, particularly with regards to transgenderism, the false and scientifically-debunked claim that there are more than two genders, and that anyone can change their gender at any given time.