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First US envoy for gay rights welcomes limited advances

Randy Berry (R) speaks during a reception at the US State Department on February 27, 2015 in Washington, DCThere is an “emerging consensus worldwide” that the LGBT community should enjoy the same rights as everyone else, Washington’s first envoy for gay rights said Wednesday, but warned transgender people are still too often victims of violence. Openly gay Randy Berry made the remarks after spending an “extraordinary” year traveling around the globe to gauge the experiences of gays and transgender people in different countries. “There at once is an emerging consensus worldwide that LGBTI persons should enjoy the same human rights as everyone else.

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