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The obvious difference between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn in two images

What’s the difference between Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson? World AIDS Day gave us one possible answer to this question. “This is World AIDS Day. I’m going to be wearing my red ribbon,” Boris Johnson said in a video message for World AIDS Day. “Let’s all do so, and say to people and families affected by HIV and AIDS: You are not alone,” the prime minister added. Unfortunately, he then appeared on The Andrew Marr show not wearing a red ribbon. Unfortunately for him, that is – because Gay Twitter...
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It’s World AIDS Day. Here are Some of the Messages You Need to Hear in 2019

Today, December 1, is World AIDS Day. Writes the United Nations: ‘The theme of this year’s World AIDS Day is “Communities make the difference”. The commemoration of World AIDS Day, which will take place on 1 December 2019, is an important opportunity to recognize the essential role that communities have played and continue to play in the AIDS response at the international, national and local levels. Communities contribute to the AIDS response in many different ways. Their leadership and advocacy ensure that the response remains relevant and grounded, keeping people at...
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Trump gives World AIDS day proclamation and fails to mention LGBT people. Again

Donald Trump’s proclamation for World AIDS Day 2019 made no mention of LGBT+ people, despite the fact that the community is one of the most severely affected by the disease. The US president has made similar proclamations on the other two World AIDS Days he has been in office, 2017 and 2018, and he also failed to mention LGBT+ people on both of those occasions. Trump wrote: “We pause to solemnly remember those worldwide who have lost their lives to HIV and AIDS-related illnesses. “As we mourn this tragic loss...
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Sir Ian McKellen claims he’ll be ‘long dead’ before Brexit actually happens

Esteemed actor and LGBT+ icon Sir Ian McKellen has said he thinks he’ll be “long dead” before Brexit actually happens. McKellen compared the repeated extensions on the Brexit deadline, currently set as January 31 2020, to a terrible game of chess. The 80-year-old told PA: “I did think the other day, as we battle through Brexit, I thought ‘Oh good God, when I’m long dead they still won’t have the Brexit deal complete, so I think I won’t take a view on it.'” He added: “I’ve withdrawn entirely, emotionally, from...
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