I'm none of LGBTQ, but have/had friends who are. To me, there is a concerted effort toward marginalizing and skewing the realities that LGBTQ live. I'm an ally and to me, things like Conversion-Therapy, banning the existence of being transgender, and the current political climate we are immersed in has given me reason to post.
So, I googled this for a start: "A New Jersey Judge Called B.S. on a Conversion-Therapy Group
This is part of it and the spread of bills introduced and passed in NC and TX, getting headlines in MT to marginalize Transgender rights to bathroom access or that they exist like in Montana, is relevant to being a survivor.
The reason it's relevant is that many survivors are LGBTQ and it's beyond the time to step up and ally with the trouble that the current political climate has undertaken to distort their rights or dismiss their existence (such as Transgender in Montana) So, if you think this doesn't belong on MS, then tell my how supporting the marginalized LGBTQ among survivors and their real and relevant trials in some sectors of society can be discussed? Supporting and being an ally to me, requires that I speak out.
I know about Appropriation and since I start this that I'm only an ally, it makes me pause. So, there's that!