Gayly regional: The gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) movement will never die
The gay and lesbian movement is the only one of the three major groups of Americans to grow up with a stable of leaders and an institutionalized and deeply rooted commitment to the causes they espouse.
As they grow older and more socially marginalized, they are increasingly confronted with the question of how to make their identity a part of their lives.
As this essay will show, the movement will always be a force to be reckoned with.
In the next decade, they will be confronted with a variety of questions about their place in society and their ability to navigate the increasingly challenging economic and social times.
It will be interesting to see how they respond to this challenge.
In recent years, the gay and transgender movement has become the largest and most influential political force in the United States.
As the American public has become increasingly accepting of same-sex relationships and the growing acceptance of homosexuality, the LGBT movement has taken a growing interest in how to engage the American population in its politics.
This article is part of a special series of essays by the Washington Post’s editors exploring gay and queer identity in America.