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Why is environmentalism more popular in LGBTQ+ communities?

A post shared by Queer Brown Vegan ? (@queerbrownvegan) on Eric Swank, associate professor of practice at Arizona State University’s New College, US, found in 2018 that lesbians, bisexuals and gay people “were more than twice as likely as heterosexuals to join anti-war, environmental, and anti-corporate movements.” Swank argues that this could reflect the fact that LGB people are “more aware, and less accepting, of social inequalities than heterosexuals.”To mark Pride Month 2020, Euronews Living spoke to four queer environmentalists to find out more about how LGBTQIA+ identities intersect with climate justice and animal rights activism.Konrad Juengling, from Idaho, US, is an LGBT rights and political activist.

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