Wyoming Republican Representative Liz Cheney Says She Was Wrong To Oppose Same-Sex Marriage

Wyoming GOP Representative Liz Cheney Now Supports Same-Sex Marriage

Wyoming representative Liz Cheney was one of the leading Republicans who opposed the notion of same-sex marriage when the discussions started out in 2013. Surprisingly, her father and fellow Republican Dick Cheney went in the opposite direction and supported same-sex marriage. In 2015, the Supreme Court took legalized same-sex marriage and it was a historic moment in America’s history. Liz’s sister is gay and she is married with kids. The Wyoming rep has gone through a change of heart as she admitted that she was wrong in opposing same-sex marriage. Moreover, she said, “I was wrong. I was wrong. I love my sister very much. I– love– her family very much. And– and– and I was wrong. It’s a very personal issue– and very personal for my family. I– believe that my dad was right. And my sister and I have had that conversation.”

Liz Cheney
Source: Time

Homosexual People Should Not Feel Unsafe In The US, Says Liz Cheney

Liz narrated an incident where a transgender told her that she doesn’t feel safe in the US due to her sexual orientation. Moreover, Liz feels no one in the US should go through such a feeling and everyone should work to remove such discrimination. She said, “This is an issue that we have to recognize you know, as, as human beings that we need to work against discrimination of all kinds in our country, in our state. We were at, at an event a few nights ago and, and there was a young woman who said, she doesn’t feel safe sometimes because she’s transgender. And nobody should feel unsafe. Freedom means freedom for everybody.”