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@ianmckellen talks about growing up gay in a time where being ‘out’ was not an possibility. Watch the video on @c4randomacts . For more video’s like this go to Hopeful Notebook on our website.
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Tbh... I still get a bit anxious when I want to post some LGBT+ stuff on the thought board. I don't wanna come out as the typical gay guy who's like always posting gay shit 🙈 #whereloveisillegal
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Today is International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, and 5 years (almost to the day) since this picture. Keep on fighting, and keep on smiling, you're stronger than you know . . . #internationaldayagainsthomophobia #internationaldayagainsthomophobiaandtransphobia #whereloveisillegal #violenceagainstwomen #IDAHOT
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Buenas noches rayitos de luna! El #amor nos hace iguales! ✊ #love make us equals! Night night sweethearts 🌈 Pic by @claudipacosta #estoyafavor #asambleanacional #tsj #venezuela #whereloveisillegal #loveislove #amoresamor #instahomo #instapic #instalesbians #instagay #gayworld #lesbianworld #gayisok #gaycouple #gaylove #couplegoals #bornthisway #stophomophobia #stoptransphobia #nomashomofobia #likes #larry #follow #kiss #heart
“I never really came out. I rolled out and rolled all over you in a big puff ball of gayness and excitement. Its not my fault I strut instead of stepping. It isn’t my fault I have extra umph in the way my waist moves. I guess I can be blamed a little for the way I talk, but you all like it, right? What kept the ball rolling was the undying support I got from all of you.” Will you be Glenroy’s ally? https://iamanally.whereloveisillegal.com/allies/member/126/ - Pledge your support to #LGBTQI+ Jamaicans and become an ally today at www.isupportthelgbt.community (link in our profile). The #IAmAnAlly campaign is a global support network for the LGBTIQ+ community. It was developed by @witness_change as part of the #whereloveisillegal campaign in partnership with @equalityja & @LogoTV's GlobalAlly - Today, #whereloveisillegal stands with the survivors of persecution in recognition of #IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia). We seek an end to injustice by changing the narrative of discrimination against #LGBTI in places where persecution is rife. For more stories of survival or to share your own, follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal. #IDAHOT
“I am always on the alert and really on the defensive because when you have a predominantly male look, like I do, you can never tell when you may become a target so I am always cognizant of that and ready to go into defense mode.” Mo (left), a #transman from #Jamaica, has seen societal tolerance improve in the last 10 years, though notes the country's movement remains far from full acceptance. - Read Mo’s story shared with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign, a platform for #LGBT stories of survival, at www.whereloveisillegal.com. You can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. Photo by @Hammond_Robin / @noorimages. This image was made in partnership with @LogoTV’s global Ally Campaign and with film from @impossible_hq. This is a @witness_change project. For more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal #impossibleproject - Today, @witness_change stands with the survivors of persecution in recognition of #IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia). We seek an end to injustice by changing the narrative of discrimination against #LGBTQI+ in places where persecution is rife. For more stories of survival or to share your own, follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal.
from Jamaica
“I am completely convinced that being bisexual is the way I was born, and nothing you or anyone else ever did “made” me bisexual. My natural orientation and preference is toward men and women, and as for its being a “choice,” my only choice, as I see it, has been whether to be open and honest about my feelings, or to continue to deny and hide them. Being bisexual is simply part of who I am — and a part I’ve been longing to share with you for quite some time.” Will you be Christina’s ally? - Pledge your support to #LGBTQI+ Jamaicans and become an ally today at www.isupportthelgbt.community. The #IAmAnAlly campaign is a global support network for the LGBTIQ+ community. It was developed by @witness_change as part of the #whereloveisillegal campaign in partnership with @equalityja & @LogoTV's GlobalAlly - Today, @witness_change stands with the survivors of persecution in recognition of #IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia). We seek an end to injustice by changing the narrative of discrimination against #LGBTQI+ in places where persecution is rife. For more stories of survival or to share your own, follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal.
from Jamaica
#Repost @whereloveisillegal (@get_repost) ・・・ “We were insulted, blackmailed, rejected, but we are strong, we have each other, we have friends and people like us. We have hope. What’s wrong with being in love. I love him and he loves me. I want to hold his hand in public or kiss him but that’s forbidden here, it’s a crime. We are happy together we want to spend our life together and we will do it despite of everything.” Walid & Abdessattar are #gay couple from #Tunisia. Homosexuality is illegal in Tunisia so Walid & Abdessattar often have to keep their relationship hidden. - Read Walid & Abdessattar’s story shared with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign, a platform for #LGBT stories of survival, at the link in our profile. At the link you can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. Photo by @Hammond_Robin / @noorimages. This image was made in partnership with @LogoTV’s global Ally Campaign and with film from @impossible_hq. This is a @witness_change project. For more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal #impossibleproject - Today, @witness_change stands with the survivors of persecution in recognition of #IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia). We seek an end to injustice by changing the narrative of discrimination against #LGBTI in places where persecution is rife. For more stories of survival or to share your own, follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal. #IDAHOT
“We were insulted, blackmailed, rejected, but we are strong, we have each other, we have friends and people like us. We have hope. What’s wrong with being in love. I love him and he loves me. I want to hold his hand in public or kiss him but that’s forbidden here, it’s a crime. We are happy together we want to spend our life together and we will do it despite of everything.” Walid & Abdessattar are #gay couple from #Tunisia. Homosexuality is illegal in Tunisia so Walid & Abdessattar often have to keep their relationship hidden. - Read Walid & Abdessattar’s story shared with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign, a platform for #LGBT stories of survival, at the link in our profile. At the link you can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. Photo by @Hammond_Robin / @noorimages. This image was made in partnership with @LogoTV’s global Ally Campaign and with film from @impossible_hq. This is a @witness_change project. For more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal #impossibleproject - Today, @witness_change stands with the survivors of persecution in recognition of #IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia). We seek an end to injustice by changing the narrative of discrimination against #LGBTI in places where persecution is rife. For more stories of survival or to share your own, follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal. #IDAHOT
Today is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. As we go through the day and celebrate the theme #LoveMakesAFamily let's take a minute to remember all the people who experience hate, discrimination and stigma from their own family. #Repost @whereloveisillegal (@get_repost) ・・・ “It was after dinner, and I called them around the table, and I told them I was gay. It was very dramatic, my parents took it very badly, and immediately took it the wrong way.” Drew is a #gay man from #Singapore. When he first came out to his family, his mother called a priest who said it was things Drew owned that caused him to be gay. “My mother started digging out stuff from my cupboard and she threw away many of my things, including my collection of snow globes. My relationship with my family became strained, we lived in the same house but did not talk for months.” - Drew shared his story with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign. You can read her full testimony at the link in our profile. At the link you can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. #loveislove This is a @witness_change project developed by @Hammond_Robin. For more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal #StoriesFromSingapore #IDAHOKe17 #IDAHOT2017 #LoveMakesAFamily #Lesbia #Gay # Bisexual #Queer #Questioning.
“It was after dinner, and I called them around the table, and I told them I was gay. It was very dramatic, my parents took it very badly, and immediately took it the wrong way.” Drew is a #gay man from #Singapore. When he first came out to his family, his mother called a priest who said it was things Drew owned that caused him to be gay. “My mother started digging out stuff from my cupboard and she threw away many of my things, including my collection of snow globes. My relationship with my family became strained, we lived in the same house but did not talk for months.” - Drew shared his story with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign. You can read her full testimony at the link in our profile. At the link you can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. #loveislove This is a @witness_change project developed by @Hammond_Robin. For more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal #StoriesFromSingapore
from Singapore
#Repost @whereloveisillegal (@get_repost) ・・・ “I fled my parent’s house and I turned my phone off for two weeks, I dropped school. Afterwards when I re-opened my phone, the first call that I got was from my mother, she had a very sad voice while repeating: your father blind because of you.” Amina, a transwoman from Tunisia, was “outed” when a private, online photo album was made public. Images of her having sex with men were shared on a facebook group her friends and neighbors belonged to. - Read Amina's story shared with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign, a platform for #LGBT stories of survival, at the link in our profile. At the link you can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. Photo by @Hammond_Robin / @noorimages. This image was made in partnership with @LogoTV’s Global Ally Campaign and with film from @impossible_hq. This is a @witness_change project. For more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal #impossibleproject
“I fled my parent’s house and I turned my phone off for two weeks, I dropped school. Afterwards when I re-opened my phone, the first call that I got was from my mother, she had a very sad voice while repeating: your father blind because of you.” Amina, a transwoman from Tunisia, was “outed” when a private, online photo album was made public. Images of her having sex with men were shared on a facebook group her friends and neighbors belonged to. - Read Amina's story shared with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign, a platform for #LGBT stories of survival, at the link in our profile. At the link you can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. Photo by @Hammond_Robin / @noorimages. This image was made in partnership with @LogoTV’s Global Ally Campaign and with film from @impossible_hq. This is a @witness_change project. For more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal #impossibleproject
Inti tofla mochk jadira bsade9ti. #jabrrela3wer #ch3armchabcheb #whereloveisillegal
“It was weird to see how much easier it was for people to accept me as a bisexual female instead of a lesbian, as if I was only valid if I still kind of stuck to their idea of what's normal. It took me a long time to find myself and it also came with a lot of hurt and loss . Coming out in Jamaica was hard, and I wish I could say that it's any different in the US.” Will you be Khelsie’s ally? - Pledge your support to #LGBTQI+ Jamaicans and become an ally today at www.isupportthelgbt.community (link in our profile). The #IAmAnAlly campaign is a global support network for the LGBTIQ+ community. It was developed by @witness_change as part of the #whereloveisillegal campaign in partnership with @equalityja & @LogoTV's GlobalAlly
'Are your limbs pinned to something?' Throw back to the time Ajibola took control of my mind. #whereloveisillegal #Boysbygirls #throwbackk
"My mother, a Chinese Muslim, would always preach about the importance of Islam. She would do spot checks on me at school. She would call me names and beat me up at home, in school, in public, all the time.” Fenominah is a #dragqueen from #Malaysia. Looking for a way to express herself she created her stage persona, Fenominah. “I looked for escape. I began to love make up. Then I discovered drag.” - Read Fenominah’s story shared with the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign. Photo by @hannahreyesmorales. This is a @witness_change project. For more stories of survival, follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal @50shadesofgayofficial #LoveisLove #Stophate #stophomophobia #dragqueen #equalrightsforall
“I’ve gotten thrown out by my mom got humiliated in front of my whole community they called me the worst names possible, I was forced to stay by a friend house because I had No where to go. Being abused physically and emotional, mentally had men forcing them selves on to me to try change me they claimed!” Will you be Collyann’s ally? - Pledge your support to #LGBTQI+ Jamaicans and become an ally today at www.isupportthelgbt.community (link in our profile). The #IAmAnAlly campaign is a global support network for the LGBTIQ+ community. It was developed by @witness_change as part of the #whereloveisillegal campaign in partnership with @equalityja & @LogoTV's GlobalAlly