There are lots of different ways to help, so if you have some time to spare then please get in touch so we can tell you more We are sorry.Yesterday a group of individuals labelled as “Get The L Out!Additional comments from our community: A comment from Patricia Curtis, Board Member: Trans PALS“It’s disappointing that anti-trans activists decided to hijack the front of a parade, an insult to all the hardworking staff in the NHS whose place they stole.”“But their vile stunt failed. The reaction of the crowds to our groups was inspiring.We felt their support and goodwill all the way from Portland Place to Trafalgar Square.“Pride must look at what happened and see what lessons need to be learned before next year.“We urge all our fellow Londoners to respond to the Government’s consultation on reforms to the Gender Recognition Act.”Kristine Garina, President of European Pride Organisers Association, said:“The Pride movement was begun by trans people and trans people must always be welcome at Pride.
Just 49% of all cisgender straight Brits, from the nationally representative survey, completely agree that everyone in the LGBT community has the right to live their life as who they are and without fear of judgement or prejudice.
In contrast, just 3% of cisgender straight people from a nationally representative survey stated concern about tolerance for those with different sexualities/ gender identities vs.
44% LGBT respondents to an identical survey distributed by Pride in London.
They demanded to march behind the rainbow flag, which marks the official start of our parade.
We did not allow that as we did not want to legitimise them or their message.