Danica Roem, the first transgender person elected to a state legislature in the US, previously known as a journalist and heavy metal singer devoted her winning speech to Donald Trump and all those who are not ready to support LGBT. “When you champion inclusion, when you champion equality, when you champion equity and you focus on the issues that unite us, like building up our infrastructure…those are the issues that you have to focus on,” Danica said, emphasizing that discriminators have lost this battle, “I believe in building up our infrastructure instead of tearing down each other. That is fundamental. “When the negative ads started coming out, attacking transgender kids…we stayed on our message while decrying discrimination.” She told the crowd that regardless of sexuality, identity, ethnicity, race and religion we are all human beings first of all. Human beings and citizens who want their country better. And if they know how to do it, then they should just stand up and fight, ignoring all limits and stereotypes. “To every person who’s ever been singled out, who’s ever been stigmatised, who’s ever been the misfit, who’s ever been the kid in the corner, who’s ever needed someone to stand up for them when they didn’t have a voice of their own because there was no-one else who was with them – this one’s for you,” she concluded.