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The Gate – Gay Times Magazine

The Gate London has created “The Flag We Shouldn’t Be Proud Of” for Gay Times Magazine and Switchboard to raise awareness of LGBTQ+ youth suicide ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day on the 10th September. The campaign centres around a ceremonial version of the iconic pride flag which has 2 of the 6 stripes removed in order to represent the 2 in 6 LGBTQ+ young people we risk losing to suicide due to issues including bullying, discrimination, gender identity and mental health.

 

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