I’m a mother of four children a daughter a sister a friend I am a male pageant competitor I am a pageant king I am a winner I am the National Capital Area Command communications and marketing manager even though I know I am a he I feel like a she when I told people that I was going to work for the Salvation Army they were like no way as soon as they find out that your guy you are out of there to me don’t get no harder than being an african-american black woman who’s a lesbian well as a gay african-american male I did have reservations about going to the Salvation Army I was honestly terrified but the Salvation Army everyone is welcome there’s never been a problem with Who I am he’s never been a problem with who I love I’ve never felt like I’ve had to tell staff or clients whether I’m married to a man or a woman it does not matter as an employee of the Salvation Army and as a member of the LGBT community no one’s talking about who’s gay who’s not gay the only thing we concentrate on is meeting the need for people who really need help the Salvation Army does not discriminate against anyone I definitely they they embraced me the truth is the Salvation Army is built on love respect honor I really feel for me
According to The Salvation Army, they do not discriminate against anyone. There isn’t a problem with who you are or who you love. The only thing they concentrate on is meeting the need for those who need it.
Everyone Is Welcome
At The Salvation Army, everyone is welcome, regardless of sexual or gender identity, orientation or belief. The truth is, it doesn’t matter who you are, what you look like, or where you come from. We welcome everyone with open arms, just how you are. Join us in our fight as one of the largest providers of poverty relief for people in the LGBTQ community.
When you give to The Salvation Army, you give without discrimination. Learn more about how we serve the LGBTQ community: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/the-lgbtq-community-and-the-salvation-army/
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