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Pride matters to me. As a young gay man, I cherish the memories I made at my first Pride in Brighton, and while I won’t tell you what happened, let me just say I was there, it was great fun, and I was still there the next morning!

This year, Pride Month is a reminder of all the extraordinary progress we’ve made in the last 50 years, and the huge milestones we’ve achieved: Equal marriage, gay adoption, the equalisation on the age of consent, gay and bisexual men being able to donate blood, LGBTQ+ personnel serving in the armed forces.

The list goes on. The LGBTQ+ community has never been a homogenous community. We’ve always been different, and it is that celebration of individualism and our collective bonds that has defined the last 50 years.

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