Glasgow bagel business owner on mission to help young LGBT Scots

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07/24/2022

IAN Brooke still looks over his shoulder when walking along a street when his husband takes his hand. The 42-year-old does it instinctively to see who might be there, partly for their own safety, but he longs for the day when a same-sex couple can hold hands and it be accepted as the norm. It’s why the owner of Glasgow’s Brawsome Bagels has just held a fundraiser to help support the work of LGBT Youth Scotland – a charity which hopes to make Scotland the best place to grow up for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex young people.

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