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Description Animated map displaying civil rights protection for employees based on sexual orientation and/or gender identity in the United States (current as of November 24, 2011)
Date 24 November 2011(2011-11-24)
Source Please refer to the citations contained within the lists on this page.
Author User:Slyguy -- used Inkscape to create frames and Unfreez and Jasc Animation Shop for the animation.
Permission
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List of events depicted in the animated map

Chronological order

1972: No LGBT civil rights at the state level, although the first local protections were enacted this year in Michigan (in East Lansing and Ann Arbor) and in New York City.[1]
1973: District of Columbia: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
1975: Pennsylvania: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[3]
1979: California: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[4]
1982: Wisconsin: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
1983: New York: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[5]
       Ohio: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[6]
1985: New Mexico: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[7]
       Rhode Island: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[8][9]
       Washington: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[10]
1987: Oregon: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[11]
1988: Oregon: Sexual orientation no longer protected in state employment[12]
1989: Massachusetts: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
1990: Colorado: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[13]
1991: Connecticut: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Hawaii: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Minnesota: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[14]
       New Jersey: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[15]
1992: California: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Louisiana: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[16]
       New Jersey: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Vermont: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Oregon: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[12]
1993: Minnesota: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
1995: Maryland: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[17]
       Rhode Island: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
1996: Illinois: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[18]
       Louisiana: Sexual orientation no longer protected in state employment[16]
1998: New Hampshire: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[19]
1999: Iowa: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[20]
       Nevada: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Ohio: Sexual orientation no longer protected in state employment[6]
2000: Delaware: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[21]
       Iowa: Sexual orientation and gender identity no longer protected in state employment[20]
       Montana: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[22]
2001: Indiana: Sexual orientation protected in state employment}[23]
       Maine: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[24]
       Maryland: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Rhode Island: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
2002: Alaska: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[25]
       New York: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
2003: Arizona: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[26]
       California: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Kentucky: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[27]
       Michigan: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[28]
       New Mexico: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Pennsylvania: Gender identity protected in state employment[29]
2004: Indiana: Gender identity protected in state employment[30]
       Louisiana: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[16]
2005: Illinois: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Maine: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Virginia: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[31]
2006: District of Columbia: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Kentucky: Sexual orientation and gender identity no longer protected in state employment[32]
       New Jersey: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Washington: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
2007: Colorado: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Iowa: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
       Kansas: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[33]
       Maryland: Gender identity protected in state employment[34]
       Michigan: Gender identity protected in state employment[35]
       Ohio: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[6]
       Oregon: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[36]
       Vermont: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
2008: Kentucky: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[37]
       Louisiana: Executive order allowed to expire on LGB protection [38]
2009: Delaware: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[39]
       Delaware: Gender identity protected in state employment[40]
       New York: Gender identity protected in state employment[41]
2010: Virginia: Sexual orientation no longer protected [42]
       Missouri: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[43]
2011: Ohio: Gender identity no longer protected in state employment [44]
       Hawaii: Gender identity protected in all employment[45]
       Nevada: Gender identity protected in all employment[46]
       Connecticut: Gender identity protected in all employment[47]
2012: Massachusetts: Gender identity protected in all employment[48]

By state

Alabama:
       No protection
Alaska:
       Since 2002: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[25]
Arizona:
       Since 2003: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[26]
Arkansas:
       No protection
California:
       Since 1979: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[4]
       Since 1992: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2003: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
Colorado:
       Since 1990: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[13]
       Since 2007: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
Connecticut:
       Since 1991: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2011: Gender identity protected in all employment[47]
Delaware:
       Since 2000: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[21]
       Since 2009: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[39]
       Since 2009: Gender identity protected in state employment[49]
Florida:
       No protection
Georgia:
       No protection
Hawaii:
       Since 1991: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2011: Gender identity protected in all employment[45]
Idaho:
       No protection
Illinois:
       Since 1996: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[18]
       Since 2005: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
Indiana:
       Since 2001: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[23]
       Since 2004: Gender identity protected in state employment[30]
Iowa:
       1999-2000: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[20]
       Since 2007: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
Kansas:
       Since 2007: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[33]
Kentucky:
       2003-2006, as of 2008: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[27][32][37]
Louisiana:
       1992-1996, 2004-2008: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[16]
       Since 2008: No protection[38]
Maine:
       Since 2001: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[24]
       Since 2005: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
Maryland:
       Since 1995: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[17]
       Since 2001: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2007: Gender identity protected in state employment[34]
Massachusetts:
       Since 1989: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2012: Gender identity protected in all employment[48]
Michigan:
       Since 2003: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[28]
       Since 2007: Gender identity protected in state employment[35]
Minnesota:
       Since 1991: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[14]
       Since 1993: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
Mississippi:
       No protection
Missouri:
       Since 2010: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[43]
Montana:
       Since 2000: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[22]
Nebraska:
       No protection
Nevada:
       Since 1999: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2011: Gender identity protected in all employment[46]
New Hampshire:
       Since 1998: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[19]
New Jersey:
       Since 1991: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[15]
       Since 1992: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2006: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
New Mexico:
       Since 1985: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[7]
       Since 2003: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
New York:
       Since 1983: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[5]
       Since 2002: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2009: Gender identity protected in state employment[41]
North Carolina:
       No protection
North Dakota:
       No protection
Ohio:
       1983-1999: Sexual orientation only protected in state employment[6]
       2007-2011: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in state employment[6]
       Since 2011: Sexual orientation only protected in state employment[44]
Oklahoma:
       No protection
Oregon:
       1987, since 1992: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[11][12]
       Since 2007: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[36]
Pennsylvania:
       Since 1975: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[3]
       Since 2003: Gender identity protected in state employment[29]
Rhode Island:
       Since 1985: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[8][9]
       Since 1995: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2001: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
South Carolina:
       No protection
South Dakota:
       No protection
Tennessee:
       No protection
Texas:
       No protection
Utah:
       No protection
Vermont:
       Since 1992: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2007: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]
Virginia:
       2005-2010: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[31]
       Since 2010: Sexual orientation no longer protected in state employment[42]
Washington:
       Since 1985: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[10]
       Since 2006: Sexual orientation and gender identity protected in all employment[2]
West Virginia:
       No protection
Wisconsin:
       Since 1982: Sexual orientation protected in state employment[2]
Wyoming:
       No protection
District of Columbia:
       Since 1973: Sexual orientation protected in all employment[2]
       Since 2006: Gender identity protected in all employment[2]

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References

  1. ? Eskridge, William K., Jr. (1999). In Gaylaw: Challenging the Apartheid of the Closet. Harvard University Press paperback edition (2002). p. 130. ISBN 0-674-00804-9. Google Books. Retrieved on January 26, 2011.
  2. ? a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at <

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