How human rights fight homophobic laws
Published on 29 Nov 2019
Is humanity truly equal if we all aren’t free to be who we want to be?
Countless people throughout the world still live in discrimination for identifying as homosexual, but here’s a number of ways that human rights have been fighting against homophobic laws. There’s still a long way to go until the whole world opens up towards different sexualities, but by rallying together we can end gender discrimination and protect human rights laws for all.
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