June is PRIDE month around the world and this weekend Toronto, Canada’s largest city, will be celebrating and hosting its Pride Parade.
But not all people around the globe are able to love who they love freely.
Homosexuality is still illegal in 75 countries and in 13 of them, a punishable crime… some by death.
Imagine for one moment how you would feel if someone told you to stop loving or die.
This weekend a new flag will make its debut during Toronto Pride to recognize those who are not free to love.
This #PrideAtHalfMast flag collaboration with Rainbow Railroad, an organization that strives to provide refuge to our Brothers and sisters who live under constant threat of violence and death, will be waved in proud support of future equality.
I am so proud to be a Canadian and have been able to live with equality for the past 12 years. (The Civil Marriage Act was only legalized in 2005 in Canada)
It is unbelievably that in other countries people are still not free to love.
My hope for the world is that we can all learn to love each other and let others equally love to.
Be Proud. Love Proudly
Mr. Fab lgbtq