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History Geography Politics Government Citizenship
100
What is 2015?
This is the year LGBTQ+ marriage was legal in the United States.
100
Where is Greenwich Village, NY?
The Stonewall Riots happened in this town.
100
Who is NY governor Andrew Cuomo?
This person signed a law banning the use of the so-called gay and trans panic legal defense strategy
100
What is the Matthew Sheppard Act?
This act outlaws hate crimes based on both sexual orientation and gender identity.
100
What is the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1951?
This act prohibited LGBTQ+ members to become a citizen because being LGBTQ+ was considered a "mental defect."
200
What is the Human Rights Society?
This is the first known LGBTQ+ rights organization in the U.S.
200
What is the west coast?
75% of LGBTQ+ members live on the this coast.
200
Who is Billy Porter?
This was the first openly gay black man to receive an Emmy award.
200
What is don't ask, don't tell?
This policy restricted lesbians, gays, and bisexuals in the military from openly serving.
200
What is the Refugee Act of 1980?
This act opened the door for LGBTQ+ people to apply for protected status in the U.S.
300
What is Washington D.C. on July 4, 1965?
This is when and where the first protest for gay rights took place.
300
What is the "gayest city of America?"
New York City, San Fransisco, and Chicago are considered to be this.
300
What is X?
This option was recently added when asked what your gender is on a passport?
300
What is the Employment Nondiscrimination Act?
This act prohibits discrimination of sexual orientation in the workplace, specifically during hiring.
300
What is true?
T/F: Same-sex couples can still be granted citizenship.
400
What is turquoise, pink, and indigo?
These were the three original colors on the pride flag.
400
What is gay marriage?
San Fransisco, CA was the first city to legalize this.
400
Who is President Joe Biden?
This president repealed the anti-transgender laws in the military.
400
What is the Supreme Court?
This group struck parts of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) (which defined marriage as a union between man and woman) and declared that the federal government would recognize same-sex marriages as legal.
400
When is 2013?
This is when same-sex couples were treated equally in the fiance visa application.
500
When is October 11?
This is the national coming out day.
500
What is false?
T/F: Washington, D.C. does not legalize gay marriage.
500
Who is Oregon governor Kate Brown?
This is the highest ranking LGBTQ member elected into office in the U.S.
500
What is U.S. v Windsor?
This Supreme Court decision declared not allowing same-sex couples to marry was unconstitutional.
500
What is transgender women?
These type of people are detained in immigration centers.




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