Lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, asexuals, queers and others urged the world early in June to see them as people and accept their sexual orientations rather than judge them or discriminate against them in many spheres of life.
The gay pride in Washington DC in June was attended by thousands of people, including those who just came to express support for sexual and relationship tolerance.
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