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I chose to design a charity campaign for the LGBT community to break down people’s judgement of the community and make society aware that all love is the same love, regardless of who you are and that’s where the name came from. The ‘Love Is Love’ charity aims to treat everyone as equals and promises to continuously show support. Regardless of your gender or sexuality, love is just love.

The charity encourages positive change and to banish homophobia by empowering the LGBT community. Love Is Love believes that by doing this, it can truly change the wider society and make it a better and kinder place for everyone.

The reason for this campaign is to stop the homophobia towards LGBT people. I have witnessed many friends and family experience discrimination because of who they choose to love and how they choose to present themselves. I believe that it is not anyone’s business. If it doesn’t affect you, why should it bother you? I believe everyone should be treated as equals, whether you’re a male, female, gay or straight. You’re just a person to me and should be seen that way by everyone else.

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I chose to design a charity campaign for the LGBT community to break down people’s judgement of the community and make society aware that all love is the same love, regardless of who you are and that’s where the name came from. The ‘Love Is Love’ charity aims to treat everyone as equals and promises to continuously show support. Regardless of your gender or sexuality, love is just love.

The charity encourages positive change and to banish homophobia by empowering the LGBT community. Love Is Love believes that by doing this, it can truly change the wider society and make it a better and kinder place for everyone.

The reason for this campaign is to stop the homophobia towards LGBT people. I have witnessed many friends and family experience discrimination because of who they choose to love and how they choose to present themselves. I believe that it is not anyone’s business. If it doesn’t affect you, why should it bother you? I believe everyone should be treated as equals, whether you’re a male, female, gay or straight. You’re just a person to me and should be seen that way by everyone else.

Give this some love

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