Cayman LGBTQ Foundation: ‘It’s time to live and let live’

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09/29/2020

Cayman’s LGBTQIA+ residents and allies gathered at Central Terrace Saturday evening in support of the newest organisation to join the community cause and to celebrate the expansion of same-sex partnership rights. More than 120 Caymanians and residents purchased tickets for the first fundraiser of the Cayman LGBTQ Foundation, established earlier this year by Noel Cayasso-Smith. Despite recent tension over same-sex unions and hostile social media debate, Cayasso-Smith said he received no pushback or protest leading up to the ‘Rainbow Cocktails’ event in downtown George Town.

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