Our lives, Our rights

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01/04/2019

Have you ever felt excluded from the society and from your own family? Have you ever been discriminated by your classmates based on your gender? If you haven’t, you’re fortunate. But at least try to put yourself in the shoes of those who have, or maybe offer a listening ear. This is what the participants of “Our Lives, Our Rights” came for at The Mansion Heritage last Sunday. It was a hot day, but the members and supporters of the LGBT community of Cambodia who come from different provinces all gathered to celebrate and share their personal stories and the challenges that they have encountered living in a gender-biased world.

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