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"I thought in 2023 that I had no interest in an all white show".
A hashtag used by the far-right hate group Proud Boys has been hijacked by the LGBT+ community.
Nadim Uddin grew up in Bangladesh, but realising he was gay, felt that he couldn’t lead the life he wanted in the country. He came to Britain to study, finding a society that let him express himself and be who he wanted to be, leading to him seeking asylum to live the life he never felt possible.
One of the UK's biggest celebrations of LGBTQ rights kicked off in Sussex seaside resort while Irish premier Leo Varadkar joined the party in Northern Ireland.
If the former president had his way, the military’s ban on openly gay service members may not have been repealed in 2010.
❤️🌈🏳️🌈"We'll eventually look back in wonderment that it was ever an issue." 🏳️🌈🌈❤️
It’s been five years since the first same-sex marriages took place in the UK. Legalised in England, Scotland and Wales in 2014, the UK is one of 26 countries today where same-sex marriage is recognised. But with same-sex relationships still illegal in over 70 countries around the world, the fight for equality continues.
"My midwife was also in a same-sex relationship with a family of her own."
About 40 gay couples got married in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil, tying the knot partly out of fear that the new administration of President-elect Jair Bolsonaro could restrict same sex marriage after his inauguration on 1 January 2019.
'Society is now better for individualism.'