In New Hampshire, state non-discrimination laws still do not explicitly protect transgender Granite Staters from unfair treatment in housing, employment, and public places like restaurants, hotels, and doctors offices. But in 2017, we advanced transgender non-discrimination legislation out of committee with strong bipartisan support—and we're back this year to finish the job and pass #TransBillNH once and for all! Join the movement and sign the pledge to support #TransBillNH.
There are more transgender people living openly in New Hampshire and across America today than ever before. And public support for fair and equal treatment of transgender people is on the rise. But still, transgender people experience disproportionate rates of discrimination and harassment—just because of who they are.
Leading businesses agree that treating LGBT employees and customers fairly and equally isn't just the right thing to do—it's good for the bottom line. If you are a business owner who supports the smart business practice of non-discrimination protections for all, add your name to the Businesses for Freedom coalition.
Faith leaders across New Hampshire are leading the call for fair and equal treatment for transgender Granite Staters. If you are a faith leader who believes in the guiding principle 'Treat others as one would like to be treated,' and supports transgender non-discrimination protections, join the Faith Leaders for Freedom coalition.
When it comes to transgender non-discrimination, the truth is more boring than fiction. Advancing freedom for our transgender neighbors does not negate the freedom of others. Together we can build understanding for transgender people, foster open and welcoming communities, and fight for fair and equal treatment under the law—and the sky won't fall.Get the Facts
Now that #HB1319 is law, our campaign is officially over. But the movement to advance #transgender freedom in NH continues. Our hardworking coalition member organizations will take the lead in the future. Let them know what's important to you: freedomnh.org/post-translawn… #TransLawNH pic.twitter.com/FUd6t1uYnc