Young LGBTI+ voices share what pride means to them

Ahead of the first in person Pride in three years, young LGBTI+ voices share what pride means to them.
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After three years since the last in-person Pride celebrations in 2019, this year marks a special moment, and for many young people, their first experience of in-person Pride. spunout asked young people what Pride means to them in 2022 and how pride in their identities affects their lives.

Queer, trans activist Akeno talks about why Pride is a fight

Ali, a member of Ireland’s first explicitly LGBTQ+ inclusive GAA club, Na Gaeil Aeracha, talks about what Pride means to them

Drag artist Dr Count Evil shares what Pride means to them

Trans and non-binary activist Ollie talks about how their identity has shaped their life. Trans & Intersex Pride is on 16th July 2022

Drag artist Liam Bee talks about the family they have found in the drag community

Share what Pride means to you using the hashtag #prouderthanever

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