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- Florida. New laws in the state have left pride events with no choice but to cancel.
- NatCon. The Christian conference received a lot of attention, as some attendees advocated for far-right and fringe views. What does the rise of these voices mean for the community?
- NHS. As we mark the day the World Health Organisation declassified being gay as a disease, a Junior Doctor explores how the victory over PrEP on the NHS is a template to solve other health inequities different LGBTQIA+ face.
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Florida's latest anti-LGBTQIA+ laws are forcing Pride events to cancel
TL;DR: The Republican governor who is expected to run for President is doubling down on anti-trans and anti-queer legislation in a state that now actively discriminates against LGBTQIA+ people.
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