LGBT conservatism

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LGBT right-wing politics (including LGBT alt-right politics, LGBT centre-right politics, LGBT conservative politics, LGBT liberal politics, and LGBT libertarian politics) is broad socio-political movement within the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community which embraces and promotes the ideology of right-wing politics.

History[edit]

Modern history[edit]

On July 29, 2015, Sweden Democrats held a LGBT pride march though a predominantly Muslim area of Stockholm, Sweden. Some on the left criticized the march as "provocative".[1]

By country[edit]

Australia[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in Australia[edit]

Active

Canada[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in Canada[edit]

Active

European Union[edit]

France[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in France[edit]
Active
Defunct
Right-wing LGBT polling in France[edit]

A French poll conducted from 27 to 28 April 2017 found that among 5,224 Hornet respondents that 63.50% of French gay men would vote for Emmanuel Macron, while 36.5% would vote for Marine Le Pen. The poll also found that among 5,093 Hornet respondents that 40.25% of French gay men voted for Emmanuel Macron in the first round of voting, 21.46% for Marine Le Pen, 7.05% voted for François Fillon, 1.79% voted for Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, 0.75% voted for François Asselineau, and 0.41% voted for Jean Lassalle.[2][3]

A French poll conducted from 12 to 20 February 2017 found that among 3,212 Hornet respondents that 38.1% of French gay men would vote for Emmanuel Macron, 19.2% would vote for Marine Le Pen, 7.3% would vote for François Fillon, and 1% would vote for Nicolas Dupont-Aignan.[4]

Germany[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in Germany[edit]
Active

Sweden[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in Sweden[edit]
Active

United Kingdom[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in the United Kingdom[edit]
Active
Defunct
Right-wing LGBT polling in the United Kingdom[edit]

In April 2015, PinkNews found 26% of British LGBT people supported the Conservative and Unionist Party and 2% supported the UK Independence Party. This is the first time in the 10 years that PinkNews has polled the LGBT community that the Conservatives have led the survey of voting intentions.[5]

Israel[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in Israel[edit]

Active

Switzerland[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in Switzerland[edit]

Active

Turkey[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in Turkey[edit]

Active

United States[edit]

Right-wing LGBT individuals in the United States[edit]

United States House of Representatives[edit]
Photo Representative State Party Term Notes
Bauman Robert Bauman Maryland Republican 1973-1981 Came out after time in Congress
Hinson Jon Hinson Mississippi Republican 1979-1981 Came out after time in Congress
Gunderson Steve Gunderson Wisconsin Republican 1981-1997 Outed on the floor of the House in 1994
Kolbe Jim Kolbe Arizona Republican 1985-2007 Came out in 1996 after voting for the Defense of Marriage Act
Huffington Michael Huffington California Republican 1993-1995 Came out as bisexual in 1998, the first bisexual to have been elected to Congress.
Foley Mark Foley Florida Republican 1995-2006 Came out after congressional page incidents.
State legislators[edit]
California
Massachusetts
Minnesota
Missouri
Pennsylvania
Ohio
Wisconsin
Mayors[edit]
Arizona
California
Massachusetts
New Jersey
New York
Other local public officials[edit]
Arizona
District of Columbia
California
New Jersey
New York
Others[edit]

Right-wing LGBT organizations in the United States[edit]

Active
Defunct

Right-wing LGBT polling in the United States[edit]

Exit polling of the 2016 United States elections found that of the 1,228 LGBT American voters polled, 14% voted for Donald Trump.[6] Exit polling of the 2016 United States elections found that of the 938 LGBT American voters polled, 18% voted for a Republican candidate for the United States House of Representatives.[7]

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