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LGBT+ veterans march at the Cenotaph Remembrance Sunday service for the first time

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Although it might surprise you that this hasn't happened before, for the first time in the UK, openly LGBT+ veterans could march at Britain’s Remembrance Sunday service.

Thanks to the great work by Fighting With Pride, a charity that supports queer veterans, they secured the right for a 24 former queer officers to take part in the ceremony organised by the Royal British Legion.

To find out more, click the link:

https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/11/14/lgbt-veterans-march-remembrance-sunday

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