The United Nations Human Rights Office released a new video that addresses the problem of homophobia across countries around the world through a series of riddles. The anti-homophobia message features people of all nationalities, background and sexual orientation proposing riddles that addresses the things that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community faces globally.
According to a description of the video, “76 countries still criminalize consensual same-sex relationships, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people everywhere continue to suffer violent attacks and discriminatory treatment.”
The United Nations hopes to get across the message that “LGBT rights are human rights. Together we will build a world that is free and equal."
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