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Chadchart Joins Bangkok Naruemit Pride 2022 Announcement


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BANGKOK, May 27 (TNA) – Bangkok governor-elect Chadchart Sittipunt joined an event to announce the Bangkok Naruemit Pride 2022 festival and promised to implement his policy to promote monthly festivals in the capital.

 

The Bangkok Pride working group will organize the Bangkok Naruemit Pride 2022 on June 5. The festival will include parades from Wat Khaek to Silom Road and performances reflecting gender inclusion.

 

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9 hours ago, proton said:

what is there to be 'proud' about?

Quite a bit actually.

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12 hours ago, proton said:

what is there to be 'proud' about?

Proud of who they are....as everyone of any stripe should be.....and proud that they are less likely today to be harmed by or discriminated against by ignorant bigots.  

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58 minutes ago, CMBob said:

Proud of who they are....as everyone of any stripe should be.....and proud that they are less likely today to be harmed by or discriminated against by ignorant bigots.  

Can't see anything to be proud of in an accident of birth

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56 minutes ago, proton said:

Can't see anything to be proud of in an accident of birth

You need to understand the history of how Pride came about from the Stonewall Riots. The roots are a civil rights movement of an oppressed minority. Is there even one country in the world even now where LGBT people enjoy 100 percent equal civil rights? In much or even most most of the world LGBT people still endure severe oppression including criminalization and death penalties.

 

For more upbeat stuff google gay anthems.

 

 

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2 hours ago, proton said:

Can't see anything to be proud of in an accident of birth

Your attitude is rather apparent.  Presuming you are left handed, does that mean you're an "accident?"  
 

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7 hours ago, CMBob said:

Your attitude is rather apparent.  Presuming you are left handed, does that mean you're an "accident?"  
 

Being left handed, fat or ginger is nothing to be proud of either

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40 minutes ago, proton said:

Being left handed, fat or ginger is nothing to be proud of either

Well, having a sexual orientation is not an accomplishment per se. You are what you are. But often for sexual minorities coming to terms with the social implications of what you are often in hostile environments to live a good life anyway actually is an accomplishment worthy of pride.

 

A good example:

 

 

 

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