The Gay Agenda 2013: All In

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About the author:
Juan Ahonen-Jover, Ph.D., is an entrepreneur who did well and is now doing good. He is the creator and cofounder of eQualityGiving, ActOnPrinciples, eQualityThinking, and Loving Everywhere and the convener of the Omnibus Bill and the Dallas Principles-all focused on the fundamental principle that everyone should be treated equally under the law.

Juan was awarded a Fulbright fellowship and was educated at Stanford University in supercomputers and business. He has four advanced degrees and is fluent in four languages. He co-authored a book on computers and is an innovator in election protection.

Juan enjoys speaking engagements from time to time. Contact him at www.GayAgenda2013.com.

The Gay Agenda 2013: All In
 

Authored by Juan Ahonen-Jover Ph.D.

In the United States, our core beliefs are under attack. Freedom of religion is under attack. Family values are under attack. Individualism and the pursuit of happiness are under attack. The courts are under attack.

The Gay Agenda book series is for people who believe in the core principle of our Constitution: to be treated equally under the law. What would it be like if we could return to the vision of our great Constitution? A vision of freedom, including freedom of religion and freedom to individuality.

The Gay Agenda 2013: All In describes the gay agenda for 2013 in detail-what it is and how and why lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and others want to change the United States (and the world). It is a comprehensive guidebook for LGBT legal equality in America.

What legislation would need to be added or modified to reach equal treatment under the law? How do we go about doing it?

This book also shows the paths to equality, and it is an urgent call for action.


Publication Date:
Apr 03 2013
ISBN/EAN13:
148234548X / 9781482345483
Page Count:
282
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Political Science / Human Rights




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