President Obama speaks about Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair Cover

President Obama speaks about Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair Cover

President of United States of America Barack Obama spoke about Caitlyn Jenner on annual LGBT award ceremony.

President of United States of America Barack Obama spoke about Caitlyn Jenner on annual LGBT award ceremony.

Obama supported Caitlyn Jenner during the Logo’s “Trailblazer Honors” on Thursday. He pointed out former Olympian champion as an example of accepting Americans. His speech will be shown on Saturday during the network’s annual awards ceremony. It is the only LGBT awards ceremony that is shown on TV in America. The president said:

Tonight is a chance to celebrate, not just ten years of Logo, but ten years of extraordinary progress for our country

Obama mentioned that the first award ceremony ruined the border between LGBT and ordinary people. He said about gay marriages: “Today the majority of Americans live in states where they can get married, no matter who they love. Today ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ is history.”

According to the president, Americans have already passed the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr.’s hate crime law. And Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover is an example of it. It shows that Americans became really accepting to different people. Although there is still a lot of work to do towards LGBT people, Obama thinks Americans progressed a lot in that direction.

So here’s to ten extraordinary years, and all the years to come. Let’s keep standing together to make sure every American is treated with dignity and respect they deserve

Vanity Fair cover with Caitlyn Jenner

Vanity Fair cover with Caitlyn Jenner

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