The White House on Wednesday launched a new website trumpeting its LGBT achievements.

A quote from President Barack Obama welcomes visitors: “We've got a lot of hard work that we still have to do, but we can already point to extraordinary progress that we've made … on behalf of Americans who are gay and lesbian, bisexual and transgender.”

The site, titled Winning the Future: President Obama And The LGBT Community, is a subdomain located off the White House's official website and features a fact sheet of the administration's accomplishments on gay rights, a page to sign-up for a newsletter, and the White House's video for the It Gets Better Project.

Many of the administrations accomplishments listed on the website were also mentioned in the declaration Obama signed on Tuesday declaring June Gay Pride month.

Those achievements include repeal of “Don't Ask, Don't Tell,” the 1993 law that bars gay and bisexual troops from serving openly, efforts to wipe out discrimination in federal housing programs, and passage of a gay-inclusive hate crimes law.

Briefly mentioned are relationship recognition, including the administration decision to stop defending in court the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which bars federal agencies from recognizing the marriages of gay and lesbian couples.