Best of 2013

The Year of Greatest Accomplishments for the LGBT Movement

There is no doubt 2013 is the year of greatest accomplishments for the LGBT movement. From marriage equality victories to the red logo campaign that made Facebook history, from the U.S. Senate vote on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to a meteoric rise in public opinion, we made extraordinary gains in the fight for equality for LGBT people.

Your support of the Human Rights Campaign made these victories possible. Please join us in celebrating the unprecedented accomplishments of 2013, and stand with us as we remain vigilant to bring equality everywhere, to everyone.

8 Additional States With Marriage Equality

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Of Americans Live in Marriage Equality States

10+ Million People Changed Their Profile Pictures to HRC's Red Logo creating Facebook's most viral campaign ever

“A person once asked me, in a provocative manner, if I approved of homosexuality. I replied with another question: “Tell me: When God looks at a gay person, does he endorse the existence of this person with love, or reject and condemn this person?” - Pope Francis

Thousands of People Joined Us in Support of LGBT people in Russia


20 HRC Videos, 1 Million Views
  • Wentworth Miller
  • Dev Hynes & Florence Welch
  • 25 years of NCOD
  • What Does the DOMA decision mean to you?
  • Hillary Clinton
  • HRC Celebrates Dads
  • HRC Celebrates Moms

“We can't tolerate the persistence of two Americas when it comes to equality. Right now, in one America, complete legal equality has finally been realized. But in the other America, even the most basic statewide legal protections are non-existent. Within 5 years, we will bring marriage equality to all 50 of our states. We will secure full equality everywhere, for everyone.” - HRC President Chad Griffin