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Around the world, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people face violence and discrimination on a daily basis. In many cases, this violence is sanctioned or condoned by governments, religious institutions, and society as a whole. This systematic violence can take a variety of forms, including hate crimes, discrimination in the workforce and housing, and denial of basic human rights.

In many parts of the world, LGBTQ people are routinely subjected to violence, abuse, and humiliation just for being who they are. In some countries, same-sex relationships are punishable by law, and in others, people can be arrested or killed for simply asserting their LGBTQ identity.

In addition to the physical violence that LGBTQ people face, they also often suffer from emotional violence and abuse. This can include being ridiculed, marginalized, or ignored by family and friends, as well as being the target of hate speech and violence from strangers. This violence is not okay. LGBTQ people deserve to live without fear and harassment and to be treated with the same respect and dignity as everyone else. If you see or experience violence against LGBTQ people, speak up. You can use your voice to call out the violence and discrimination that takes place every day, and you can help create a world where everyone is safe and respected, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Violence against LGBTQ community members is a serious issue that should be spoken up against. This violence can take many different forms, from verbal abuse to physical assaults, and it can have a devastating impact on the victims. By speaking out against violence against LGBTQ community members, we can help create a society where everyone is safe and respected.