Sometimes the answer is not straightforward – International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

Can we all hold hands with our lover in public? Think it straight.

Can we all be considered a “valid” family? Think it straight.

Can we all show freely our mannerisms without being labelled? Think it straight.

Can we all wear any colour of the rainbow? Think it straight.

Do we all feel safe in a public restroom? Think it straight.

Do we all feel truly represented by the name and gender in our identity card? Think it straight.

Are we all free to swing among the gender spectrum? Think it straight.

Do we all feel free to date whoever we want? Think it straight.

Do we all feel safe while traveling to more conservative countries? Think it straight.

Can we all decide with who, when, if and where to have sex without being judged? Think it straight.

Lisbon Pride 2018

Let’s get one thing straight: Nothing in life is straightforward. Nor is love or gender identity. And I believe that is magical.

Happy International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.

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