Why it’s still not safe to be queer in 2022

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As someone who is in a public gay relationship, I've had to speak out against discrimination.

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It’s important to make ourselves visible so we can be role models for the next generation.

Why it’s still not safe to be queer in 2022

Updated 20 days ago
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By @felixkruck

In many countries, LGBTQ people are still targets of hate and discrimination. But the fight for equality continues.

The Guardian

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As of 2021, homosexuality was still considered a criminal offense in 71 countries. There’s still changes that need to be made to achieve equality.

By @felixkruck

5 articles on this topic

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Pink News

Commonwealth Games boss wants to discuss Tom Daley’s eye-opening LGBT+ concerns

Dec 03, 2021 · 2 min
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The GuardianThe Guardian

‘Nobody feels unsafe here’: gay footballer Josh Cavallo told he is welcome at Qatar World Cup

Dec 01, 2021 · 3 min
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Vice

This coming of age novel explores what it means to be queer in Poland

Jul 15, 2020 · 4 min
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Gay Times

185 German LGBTQ+ actors bravely come out in fight for visibility

Feb 07, 2021 · 1 min
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Variety

The Ultimate LGBTQ+ Reading Guide To Celebrate Pride Month

Jun 17, 2021 · 5 min

Really excited about informed because their small and dedicated editorial team screens the most reliable sources every day to put together reading lists like this one about topics that really matter.