mx. pride

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they/them (agenderflux/librafluid)
abrosexual (androsexual, asexual, graysexual)

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still waiting
...for the day when i can pass as gender non-comforming.
...for the day when i can kiss whoever i want whenever i want.
...for the day it's realized i'm really not that different...

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mx. pride (United States) published:

dominica.

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Dominica may feel like an unsafe place for LGBTQ people. LGBTQ people can face discrimination and harassment on a daily basis. They can even face violence because of their sexual orientation of gender.
    
    There are laws that prohibit sodomy (buggery) both between heterosexual couples and homosexual couples. In the span of five years (between 1995 and 2000), 35 people were arrested, charged, and were either given fines or were sentenced to up to ten years in prison. Some were...

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mx. pride (United States) published:

barbados.

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While rarely enforced, there are laws in Barbados banning homosexual acts. Breaking those law could result in life imprisonment. 

    Barbados's population is a small one, and many of it's LGBTQ citizens choose to stay in the closet for fear of retaliation from people around them. 

    In 2018, the Human Rights Watch urged Barbados to repeal it's anti-LGBTQ laws to protect LGBTQ Barbadians, but no efforts were made by the government to repeal them. In response to...

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antigua and barbuda.

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    LGBTQ people have no protections from harrassment or discrimination in Antigua and Barbuda. LGBTQ people that live in this country can expect homophobic slurs on the regular. Much of the police force believe that LGBTQ people deserve to be locked up, which can cause a fear of cops in general for LGBTQ people. 

    Same-sex couples simply are not recognized, be they married (in a different country, of course) or a couple. 

    Although enforcement has somewhat loosened, Antigua and Barbuda does...

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