Today is the international day against homo-bi-transphobia. On social media there were many who supported the values celebrated on this day, of the characters of the show, among the first there was Stefania Orlando, who in the morning published stories in support of the LGBTQ + community.
Today is the international day against homobitransphobia and on social there has been a great deal of mobilization in support of the rights of the LGBTQ + community.
The personalities of the entertainment world, aware of their visibility and the resonance that the messages spread by their channels can reach, have expressed themselves in favor of the values conveyed by this worldwide anniversary.
Among the first to celebrate on their own social there was an international day against homobitransphobia Stefania Orlando, which in the afternoon expressed itself once again in support of the Ddl Zan during Live Life.
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Stefania Orlando’s messages in support of the LGBTQ + community
Stefania Orlando is a character who has always taken sides in favor of the LGBTQ + community and on several occasions has supported the battle for the approval of the Zan bill, bill against homophobia, transphobia, misogyny and skill.
Today, on the occasion of the international day against homobitransphobia, Stefania Orlando she was among the first celebrities from the world of entertainment to show their support for this celebration through her own Instagram stories.
In the afternoon, guest a Live Life, the former gieffina also reiterated the importance of approving the Zan bill, to ensure that the values of this day can be truly shared by the institutions in order to educate citizens about equality.
The significance of the international day against homotransphobia
There are more than 130 countries in the world that today celebrate the international day against homophobia, transphobia and biphobia.
The date for this celebration fell on May 17th for a very specific reason, in fact it is in May 17th 1990 that theWorld Health Organization (WHO) deletes homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses, thus recognizing it as one natural variant of human behavior.
The international day againstomobitransphobia was established in 2007 and recognized and shared by the European Union and the United Nations.