President-elect Donald Trump released his “Contract With the American Voter” in October. Also known as his “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again,” it is an overview of what the administration will begin to implement in his first months in office. Many of the points in the document, however, have caused ripples of panic among lesbian, gay, bisexual,

transgender and queer advocates and fears about whether his administration could reverse eight years of progress for the community under President Obama. NBC OUT turned to policy experts at national LGBTQ organizations to help determine which of Trump’s stated plans are most likely to directly impact the community—and which aren’t worth worrying about just yet. READ MORE