What’s it like being queer in Luxembourg in 2023?

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07/02/2023

At 29, Eric Glod is not just one of Luxembourg’s top athletes, but also a champion for LGBTQIA+ rights. The four-time national table tennis champion, who currently plays in Austria, is known as much for his sporting prowess as for his advocacy. His commitment to the cause is symbolised by the rainbow flag he painted on his face alongside the Luxembourg flag at the Games of the Small States. Eric has been using his platform to champion LGBTQIA+ rights for about a year, spurred into action by an incident in which a friend was attacked in Vienna due to his sexual orientation.

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