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• The loss in safe areas and help services has further marginalized LGBTIQ people throughout the pandemic.
• rights and defenses, particularly of trans individuals, will also be under assault.
• LGBTIQ leaders are improving, but more measures are essential.
Pride Month is an essential period of the year for queer communities and allies to honour the street towards equality stepped so far, celebrate diversity, and talk up about the injustices and prosecutions they continue steadily to face included in every day life.
This is an important time to feel less isolated, see more representation and support, and sometimes even to come out for young lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex and gender-diverse (LGBTIQ) people. Nonetheless, not just has COVID-19 cancelled most of the festivities, measures to fight the pandemic also have developed a host where their legal rights are further being violated. Read more