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The Human Rights Campaign, America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer civil rights organization, declared a national state of emergency for members of the LGBTQ+ community on Tuesday.

The group’s president Kelley Robinson claims public disdain against the LGBTQ community has forced many gay and trans people to flee their homes.

“LGBTQ+ Americans are living in a state of emergency. The multiplying threats facing millions in our community are not just perceived — they are real, tangible, and dangerous,” Robinson said. “In many cases, they are resulting in violence against LGBTQ+ people, forcing families to uproot their lives and flee their homes in search of safer states, and triggering a tidal wave of increased homophobia and transphobia that puts the safety of each and every one of us at risk.”

In addition to the emergency declaration, the group commemorated Pride Month with the release of a digital guidebook designed to assist “LGBTQ+ travelers and those living in hostile states.”

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The digital book provides “health and safety” resources to and summarizes which states it deems discriminatory to the queer community amid “an unprecedented wave of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in 2023.”

But the travel advisory isn’t enough to help the victims in states where lawmakers are targeting LGBTQ, Robinson told the Associated Press.

“We need champions right now,” she said. “When Dobbs fell, you saw a federal response to deal with the abortion crisis that we’re in. We are in a crisis of even greater scale to the health and well-being of the LGBTQ+ community, and we need that same sort of response.

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