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  • Recent history has brought incredible progress for the LGBTQ community in the form of this map

    近代歷史將LGBTQ族群引領至一個驚人的進展,就像這張地圖所示

  • "...Total victory for the advocates of same sex marriage.."

    「…支持同性婚姻的大勝利…」

  • But lesser known is this map over herewhere things get tricky.

    這張是較少為人知的地圖-在這些地方事情就沒有這麼簡單

  • "So does becoming a business owner mean you have to check your convictions at the door?"

    「是不是連當個老闆都還要在門口檢查一下自己的罪行?」

  • "Right now the state of Michigan does not include sexual orientation and gender identity in its law"

    「當前,密西根州並沒有把性取向及性別認同納入法律中」

  • "I'm just really nervous"

    「我真的好緊張」

  • "I actually have something important to talk to you about today."

    「我今天其實有重要的事要跟你說」

  • The fact is, in most states, it's still currently legal to fire LGBTQ people,

    事實上,在美國大多數的州,解雇LGBTQ的人現階段仍然是合法的

  • kick them out of a store or business that serves the public, or evict them from housing because of their

    將他們從服務大眾的商店或公司趕出去,或著將他們驅逐出門,只因為他們的

  • sexual orientation or gender identity.

    性傾向或性別認同

  • "The ayes are 49, the nos are 50, the bill is not agreed to."

    「贊成票49票,反對票50票,這個法案被否決了」

  • Often it's as subtle as a boss picking another job application. Or a landlord denying rent, without explanation.

    很狡猾的是,老闆常常會挑選另一份工作申請表。或者房東會毫無理由地拒絕租賃

  • These are the rights protected by the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

    這些都是1964年民權法案所被保障的權益

  • "My fellow Americans... those who founded our country knew that

    「我的美國同胞…建立國土的那些人知道

  • freedom would be secure only if each generation fought to renew and enlarge its meaning."

    唯有每個世代力爭重申及拓展自由的意義,自由才得以倖存」

  • Following the passage of the Civil Rights Act, federal and state laws

    承接民權法案,聯邦及國家法律

  • prohibit this type of discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex and national origin.

    禁止這類基於種族、膚色、信仰、性別及原國籍的歧視

  • This is called Enumeration. If you list the characteristics that are most often the subject of discrimination

    這稱作列舉。若你列出那些最常為人所歧視的特徵

  • it removes any doubt that those people are protected.

    就能夠消彌被保護者所有的疑慮

  • "Since these early days, I have seen and I have experienced many other types of discrimination,

    「這些日子以來,我看見以及經歷了許多不同形式的歧視

  • and all of them were rooted in the fear of people that were different from the majority."

    它們皆起因於人們對異於主流的恐懼」

  • But sexual orientation and gender identity are not enumerated in most states

    但在大部分的州裡,性傾向及性別認同是不被列舉在法律中的

  • and a report by the Human Rights Campaign found that lawmakers in 29 states have actually proposed

    有一份《人權戰線》所提供的報告指出,有29州的立法者提議了

  • bills that would actively discriminate against LGBTQ people.

    嚴重歧視LGBTQ的法案

  • "We have what's called a patchwork of civil rights protections on this issue in this country."

    「在這個國家,針對這議題,我們有一個稱作對人權保障的補述」

  • Sam Brownback, the governor of Kansas, went so far as to write an executive order

    薩姆‧布朗巴克,堪薩斯州州長,甚至下達行政命令

  • to reverse a measure that barred employment discrimination against LGBTQ people.

    來撤銷保障LGBTQ不受職業歧視的議案

  • On top of all of this, there’s systematic discrimination in many schools throughout the country.

    最嚴重的是,這種體制性的歧視,從許多學校延伸至國家

  • "Ellen Degeneres has been speaking out, voicing her outrage about

    「艾倫‧狄珍妮 (美國知名電視主持人) 為此發聲,她怒斥那些

  • the cruelty that spiraled out of control in our schools and beyond."

    發生在校園及其他地方的脫序暴行」

  • "Today is October 20th, 2013. Hopefully today will be a big day of my life. In a positive way."

    「今天是2013年10月20日。希望今天會成為我生命中一個重要的日子。好的那種。」

  • The states in red here haveno promo homolaws that forbid teachers in public schools

    這些標註紅色的州施行「禁止提倡同性戀」的法律,禁止公立學校老師

  • from even mentioning homosexuality at all.

    提及同性戀

  • "If you are reading this, it means that I have committed suicide. Those words written on a warren country teenager's tumblr page,

    「『若你看到這些字,表示我已經自殺。』這些字發布在一位身處人口密集國家的青少年部落格上

  • and now sparking an outcry from the LGBT community tonight."

    而今晚,這些文字激起了LGBT族群的強力撻伐」

  • That's where coming out videos on YouTube like Drew's and Adam's are so helpful.

    YouTube上,像是 Drew 和 Adam 的出櫃影片,是很有幫助的

  • "So I have something serious I want to talk to you about."

    「我有正經事想要跟你說」

  • "Yeah, I like guys."

    「沒錯,我喜歡男生」

  • "I have to tell you that I'm gay. Always have been, always will be."

    「我得告訴你我是同性戀。一直都是,以後也不會變」

  • "And do you know how I drew that in 7th grade, and how in 7th grade I wanted to kill myself?

    「你知道我七年級的時候為何要畫那東西?還有我那時為何想要自殺嗎?

  • It's been something that I've not liked for a while. Especially when people call me fag a lot."

    「其實是因為有些惱人事情讓我忍很久了。尤其是當大家不停叫我死甲甲的時候」

  • "There are too many kids out there suffering from bullying, rejection,

    「太多孩子遭受霸凌、拒絕

  • or simply being mistreated because of who they are."

    或者不被善待,只因為他們做自己」

  • And there's proof that enumeration works. GLSEN, an organization that advocates for LGBTQ students, says

    是有證據顯示列舉立法是有效的。GLSEN,一個擁護LGBTQ學生的組織表示

  • students who go to school with enumerated LGBTQ policies

    學生在實施那些被列舉立法LGBTQ政策的校園裡

  • experience significantly lower levels of bullying.

    受到霸凌的比例顯著降低

  • "Federal investigators are looking into accusations that Minnesota's largest school district discriminates against gay students

    「聯邦調查員正在調查 明尼蘇達州 最大宗的校園同志歧視案

  • following 7 student suicides in fewer than 2 years."

    有7個學生在不到2年內自殺」

  • These are laws that save lives.

    這是能拯救生命的法律

  • 2012 was the first year in US History where more people supported same-sex marriage than people who didn't.

    2012年是在美國歷史中的首年,贊成同性婚姻者多於不贊同者

  • "I know I'm kind of destroying every hope and dream you ever had for me..."

    「我讓你對我的所有期待和夢想都落空了…」

  • "No! Not at all."

    「才不!一點也不會」

  • 2015 will be remembered for marriage equality. Public figures have been more open discussing their own sexuality.

    2015年會因為通過婚姻平權法案而為大家所紀念。公眾人物談及自己的性傾向時也愈漸開放

  • And popular TV shows have begun to incorporate more LGBTQ characters,

    熱門的電視劇也開始融入更多LGBTQ的角色

  • and the stories they tell.

    以及他們背後的故事

  • But if you look at these two maps, side by side, it's clear the LGBTQ civil rights battles

    若把這兩張地圖擺在一起對照著看,很顯然,LGBTQ的民權戰爭

  • are far from over.

    還不知道什麼時候會結束

Recent history has brought incredible progress for the LGBTQ community in the form of this map

近代歷史將LGBTQ族群引領至一個驚人的進展,就像這張地圖所示

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解釋了LGBTQ民權的新境界。 (The new frontier of LGBTQ civil rights, explained)

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    Sh, Gang (Aaron) 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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