How to Be a Better LGBTQ Ally

How to walk the talk to support the queer people in your life.

Photo by Toni Reed on Unsplash

Allyship is more than the absence of hate.

It is more than virtue-signaling social media activism.

If you don’t see queer, you don’t see them.

Microaggressions against queer people can include:

— Homophobic, bi-phobic, and/or transphobic speech (whether directed at the person or in reference to other people, TV shows, celebrities, etc.)

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