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Campaign To Help The LGBT+ Elderly Is Spreading Hope

Organisers of the queer dance party Little Gay Brother alongside Opening Doors London have created a new project, Love Is Not Canceled, aiming to bring hope to the LGBT+ elderly in isolation, who are most at risk, and raise funds to confront the crisis in the United Kingdom. Proceeds will be used from a specially designed T-shirt to fund the effort, according to the ‘Advocate’. 




“As the events industry shuts its doors, the UK has lost some of its most important community hubs for LGBTQ+ people,” Little Gay Brother officials said in a press release. “This T-shirt is a rallying call to ALL; created by Little Gay Brother and supported by those who work in nightlife, music, the arts, events, their fans and more; to look beyond the closures and start to help those most vulnerable within our community, as they are in crisis too.”


Little Gay Brother officials added that “Our scene would be nothing without those pioneering trailblazers who paved the way for the freedoms we enjoy today,” “The older LGBTQ+ generation now needs our help.”




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