We must all speak out to stop anti-LGBTQ legislation

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"We must all speak out to stop anti-LGBTQ legislation. This story originally appeared on The Conversation . Anti-LGBTQ sentiments have become increasingly toxic and more prevalent around the world. From the United States to Europe and East Africa, right-wing state and federal governments are introducing legislation and social policies targeting LGBTQ people. The backlash against LGBTQ communities and human rights is global in scale and appears to be gaining momentum. There are 64 countries in the world where being LGBTQ is considered a crime, including six countries where it is punishable by death. Canada is not immune to the rise in anti-LGBTQ sentiment in other parts of the world. In the coming years, we will need to be even more vigilant in

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