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Coronavirus: LGBT+ charity says young people should 'pause' coming out in lockdown

LGBT+ young people should "hit pause" on coming out while self-isolating with their families during the coronavirus pandemic, a UK charity has advised.

The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT), a UK charity that helps young LGBT+ people facing homelessness, told Sky News their advice would be to "think hard" before coming out during this time. "If you're a young person and you're thinking of coming out, press pause on that until you get support," said Tim Sigsworth, AKT's CEO.

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