Q. How are LGBTQIA+ people accepted and treated in your country/region?

How are LGBTQIA+ people accepted and treated in your country/region?


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  • nancy

    They are surely treated differently, not by all but definitely by some people who do not support their community.
    Majorly youngsters that are believers of the change and acceptance, support the LGBT community but the people that are still attached to the orthodox mentality treat them in an un-well manner.
    The LGBT community faces challenges right from the early schooling and probably face it their entire life until they build up enough tolerance for it.


       

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The LGBT community is one that belongs with us as a part of our society. Strong headed people that are courageous and smart and can stand for their choices and preferences. Not everyone that belongs to this community is treated with a welcoming environment and they often suffer social isolation and disregard. The change-makers have guided the society so marvelously that the LGBT community is accepted with open hearts; significant progress can be seen in the past decade and are still working on the future without discrimination in the workplace and beyond. “Race, gender, religion, sexuality, we are all people and that’s it. We’re all people. We’re all equal.” – Connor Franta

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