LGBT+ History month


Febuary is LGBT+ History month in the UK; a time dedicated to exploring the history of the LGBT+ community that has been supressed in the past, and celebrating the right to love whoever you want regardless of your gender.

I love that we now have national months that celebrate minorities, such as LGBT+ history month, as it gives our communities much needed recognition, and encourages people to embrace their sexuality/gender identity. In the past the LGBT+ community have been a target for prejudice, and now that this has improved (although we are still a very long way from equality), many say that there has been a significant rise in te LGBT+ population. Yes, there has been a rise in the number of people who identify as LGBT+, and I’m sure that the new found freedom of sexual minorities has encouraged many to explore their sexuality when they would have previously…

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