He would be just the third LGBTQ+ person to serve as governor of a U.S. state.
A win for Brush & Nib doesn't mean a win for all bigots, however.
The ‘Pose’ and ‘American Horror Story’ star will emcee GLAAD’s LGBTQ+ Presidential Forum on Friday.
When given the chance, the vice president did not recant his 1992 comments.
Oganizations like Lambda Legal and Equality California call the White House “increasingly hostile to the rights of [LGBTQ+] people.”
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will also be taking part in the gathering.
It was the first time a presidential candidate has talked about being LGBTQ+ on the debate stage.