At Pride Glasgow, participants blocked an anti-LGBTQ+ group

At Pride Glasgow, participants blocked an anti-LGBTQ+ group

A small group of anti-LGBTQ+ people attempted to block Pride Glasgow

Last Saturday – 25 June – the Scottish city of Glasgow was decked out in ‘rainbow’ colours to celebrate Pride of Glasgow after a three-year shut down due to the covid pandemic.

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Unfortunately, a small group of about 12 people turned up in George Square with homophobic signs stating that homosexuality is a ‘sin’. One of them read, ‘Repent, therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out!’

They made a provocation to block Pride Glasgow, but the participants, without losing their cool and without accepting their provocation, surrounded the small group of homophobes in such a way as to isolate them. A move that eventually convinced the homophobes to put down their placards and leave, accompanied by the applause and shouts of Pride participants.

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The many people present at Pride demonstrated against several anti-LGBTQ+ decisions taken by London, such as the refusal to ban conversion therapy for gays and trans people. The latter have had their civil rights dismantled by the London government in recent years, while the Scottish government is considering passing an Act to institute a ban on the use of conversion therapy for trans people.

In the end, while London continues its anti-LGBTQ+ policy, Scotland seeks to implement an inclusive policy in favour of LGBTQ+ people.


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