U.S. Gives More than $4B for LGBT Initiatives All Around the World


(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) It was revealed that the U.S. government has been giving away $4.1 billion in federal money from taxpayers for the past three fiscal years to LGBT initiatives both in the United States and foreign countries.

After reviewing a federal spending website, the investigation by the Epoch Times concluded that the American government issued more than 1,100 grants from Oct. 1, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2023, to fund LGBT-promoting projects all around the world.

The news source also interviewed an oil worker-turned-anonymous investigator behind the Twitter account titled Randoland.us who has been tracking how the federal government spends money on grants related to “gender” ideology.

“If you search for grants from the [U.S.] Department of Education with the word ‘equity‘ in them, it’ll blow your mind how much money is being spent just on equity-aligned initiatives,” he said, adding that he thinks that the government wasted about $240 million on these initiatives.

Aside from the initiatives that are located in the United States, like the LGBT Life Center in Norfolk, Va., many initiatives weren’t even inside the U.S. Among the countries where these initiatives were located were Serbia, Armenia, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Ukraine, the Philippines, Iran, China, Belarus and Ireland.

Additionally, the National Endowment for the Humanities donated nearly $350,000 in 2023 to translate the Homosaurus — a thesaurus of LGBT terms — into Spanish.

Aside from defining sexual terms such as “anonymous sex,” “aromantic porn films,” “pederasts,” “children’s sexuality” and “gay children,” the Homosaurus website also normalized pedophilia by reclassifying “ephebophilia” and “hebephilia,” the Greek words that mean sexual attraction to minors, as “fetishes.”

The U.S. government also gave money to LGBT grants at American educational institutions, among which was Emory University which received almost $3.5 million to study “the rectal mucosal effects of cross-sex hormone therapy among U.S. and Thai transgender women.”

The DOE also gave $1.4 million to Boston College so that the institution would promote gay-straight alliance clubs in Massachusetts middle and high schools.

The San Diego Community College District also received $1.2 million from the DEO to have “LGBTQIA+ pride centers.”