The human rights campaign has been going on since at the least, the 1960's and before that in many areas where basic human rights were being trod upon. The International Gay and Lesbian Human rights campaign fights for the right of sexual expression and offers legal consultation to those who need it.
Does it really matter what you do or what sex you want to be? When it comes down to it, the human rights campaign is about basic human rights for everyone, and it is a shame that a special human rights campaign and the accompanying legal consultation and cost is needed.
The new millennium has brought many changes, and in other countries, bisexuals, gays, transsexuals and lesbians have been accepted for centuries and as a normal part of human nature. In many countries they do not need a human rights campaign or any kind of legal consultation for sexual expression.
With today's discrimination cases and problems in the US, it is no wonder there is a special human rights campaign, legal consultation, and legal fees that occur with many people's attitude.
The real unfortunate part is the fact that most people really do not really care about other people's sexual expression. Known as the silent majority, these people not only do not demonstrate against the LGBT but they also do not demonstrate for it. If the silent majority actually got up and voted or demonstrated there would be no discrimination, and no campaign, which of course, would drop the cost of the legal consultation.
It is vital that if you are discriminated against that you do not just take it, seek out legal consultation. Just as discrimination against sexual harassment had to be noticed, discrimination against those with a different sexual outlook needs to be noticed. The more people who file cases, seek legal consultation and make sure the silent majority hears about it, the less it's going to happen.
The human rights campaign is supposed to protect human rights, which means all rights. Unfortunately, many people do not look at it quite that way. Hence, the international human rights campaign to bring these human rights to those with a different sexual outlook.
Known as the International Gay and Lesbian Human rights campaign, this human rights campaign is seeking to offer legal consultation to empower those who need it. In addition to legal consultation, they also aim to educate and make people aware of the discrimination of those of a different sexual expression.
Remember, a human rights campaign is a group that seeks with legal consultation the rights for everyone, no matter their sexual expression, their race, color, religion or beliefs. It's vital that humanity learn to accept everyone, and that they respect the fact that they are all human and have inalienable rights.
Remember as you hear about Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender human rights organizations, that they are seeking basic human rights, and often with legal consultation.
Everyone has a right to basic human rights, no matter their sexual expression or religion. If you see someone's basic human rights being taken away, don't be a part of the silent majority, take the time to seek legal consultation and help protect human rights everywhere.