Hillary Clinton told an audience of LGBT advocates Thursday night that the progress they've achieved in recent years may not be secure under the Donald Trump administration, and urged them to keep fighting. The audience at the fundraising dinner for The Center, an LGBT community group in New York, greeted Clinton with multiple standing ovations and cheers as she accepted the organisations' Trailblazer Award. We can never stop fighting. Clinton's appearance was one of several in recent months where she has been greeted with huge ovations — including several at Broadway shows. She also quipped that the evening had posed a dilemma for her: She'd had the choice, she said, of attending the dinner or seeing Bette Midler in Hello, Dolly! Also honoured was designer Marc Jacobs, who received the group's Visionary Award and is a longtime Clinton supporter.
Remember When Hillary Clinton Was Against Gay Marriage?
PolitiFact | Hillary Clinton’s changing position on same-sex marriage
The New Orleans-born artist has been depicting the Democrat since her first bid for office, transforming the Hillary we're used to seeing in press photos into a Marilyn, a Gothic American -- even a Teletubby. On Sole's website , she showcases a menagerie of these Hillary-themed images, decadent scenes seemingly ripped from a superfan's daydreams some of which feature the artist herself. The fiction gets sweeter on her " Hillary and I " blog. Yes, there's a fictional painting to go with it. Sole has never met Hillary. It was a naked expression and it needed a body to go with it.
Hillary Clinton: ‘Marriage Is Always Between a Man and a Woman’
Hillary Clinton's support of gay marriage is a major shift. Yet, as someone who wrote a book on Clinton's faith, I can't say I'm surprised. She had long been committed to marriage as between one man and one woman. As once noted by the Rev. There's no question about that.
Clinton, who is running for president, said she hoped that same-sex marriage became a constitutional right. Clinton told The San Francisco Examiner. Clinton said while running for the Senate in New York.