Übersetzung für 'LGBT rights' von Englisch nach Deutsch
LGBT rights
LGBT-Rechte {pl}
lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people <LGBT people, LGBT, GLBT>Lesben, Schwule, Bisexuelle und Transgender <LGBT>
LGBT community [gay community]
LGBT-Gemeinschaft {f}
LGBT community [gay community]
LGBT-Gemeinde {f}
lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people <LGBT, GLBT>Lesben, Schwule, Bisexuelle und Transsexuelle
television rights <TV rights>
Fernsehrechte {pl}
television rights <TV rights>
Fernsehübertragungs­rechte {pl}
Rechte {pl}
rightsAnrechte {pl}
immigrant rights
Immigrantenrechte {pl} [Rechte der Immigranten]
mineral rights {pl}
Abbaugerechtigkeit {f}
visitation rights
Umgangsrecht {n}
fundamental rightsGrundrechte {pl}
visitation rights {pl}
Besuchsrecht {n}
pension rights
Rentenansprüche {pl}
market rights {pl}
Marktrecht {n}
marketing rightsVermarktungs­rechte {pl}
special rightsSonderrechte {pl}
mineral rights {pl}
Berechtsame {f}
distribution rightsVertriebsrechte {pl}
pollution rights
Verschmutzungs­rechte {pl}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • These have been criticised as transphobic by LGBT rights organisations and some feminists, but have received support from other feminists and individuals.
  • On December 6, 2011, Obama instructed agencies to consider LGBT rights when issuing financial aid to foreign countries.
  • The riots are widely considered to be the catalyst for the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for LGBT rights in the United States.
  • Other problems with human rights involved the absence of basic protection of LGBT rights.
  • That year, Thompson also did a week-long stint as Buddy Cole (a producer Colbert doesn't know is gay) on "The Colbert Report", acting as the program's correspondent to the 2014 Winter Olympics who covered LGBT rights protests surrounding the 2014 Winter Olympics.

  • The LGBT rights movement has played a role increasing pro-gay attitudes, which according to Brian McNair, are expressed by many metrosexual men.
  • In April 1995, Bono came out as a lesbian in an interview with "The Advocate", a national gay and lesbian magazine. Cher has since become an outspoken LGBT rights activist.
  • In the "Quantum Leap" comic book titled "Up Against a Stonewall" (1992), the Mattachine Society and the Daughters of Bilitis are mentioned as two groups campaigning for LGBT rights prior to the Stonewall riots.
  • This uprising called the Stonewall Riots began a new period of the LGBT rights movement that in the next decade would cause dramatic change both inside the LGBT community and in the mainstream American culture.
  • In summer 2013, American LGBT rights activists targeted Russian vodka brands for boycott over Russia's anti-gay policies.

  • Both Republican and Democratic politicians predominately took hostile positions on LGBT rights before the 2000s.
  • Historically, Unitarian Universalists have often been active in political causes, notably the civil rights movement, the LGBT rights movement, the social justice movement, and the feminist movement.
  • The 1990s were characterised by the fight for LGBT rights in Tasmania, culminating in the intervention of the United Nations Human Rights Committee in 1997 and the decriminalization of homosexuality that year.
  • Stonewall (officially Stonewall Equality Limited) is an LGBT rights charity in the United Kingdom, founded in 1989 and named after the Stonewall Inn because of the Stonewall riots.
  • Opposition to same-sex marriage and LGBT rights is often associated with conservative religious views.

  • Some LGBT activists argue that gay individuals who oppose LGBT rights do not enjoy a right to privacy because of their perceived hypocrisy.
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