A new agenda for Congress focused on gay rights, the gay agenda, and the gay community is emerging from the gay lobby’s push to put the nation’s gay community back on the agenda.
The document is being drafted by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and was signed by LGBT members of Congress on Wednesday.
The LGBT Agenda Plan lays out a plan for the next generation of gay leaders to address issues that will affect the LGBT community in a new and different way, said Jennifer Robinson, an LGBT activist who worked on the effort.
The plan is meant to be a blueprint for the future and not a blueprint to be followed, she said.
The plan calls for an increase in funding to promote LGBT equality in the federal government, and to help promote the passage of laws that would protect LGBT Americans.
It also calls for the creation of a national commission to support the rights of the LGBT and other minorities, including transgender people, and for Congress to pass anti-discrimination protections for the LGBT.
The commission would be made up of the heads of federal agencies, according to the plan.
“The goal is to build on the success of the progress we’ve made,” said Robinson, a Democratic member of the House LGBT caucus.
The Gay Agenda is expected to be released by the end of this year.