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  • LGBTQ women don’t feel welcome at Pride
  • LGBTQ women don’t feel welcome at Pride
    Leonardo Veras (2014) ©
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LGBTQ women don’t feel welcome at Pride

Pride events across the globe are supposed to celebrate diversity and inclusivity for their LGBTQ attendees, but a new survey has found that women don’t feel welcome or comfortable. In fact, just two-fifths are planning on going, even though they believe it’s an important event.

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