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Democratic Candidate Says There's 'No Going Back' In Fight For LGBTQ Rights

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Democratic Candidate Says There's 'No Going Back' In Fight For LGBTQ Rights

Democratic Candidate Says There's 'No Going Back' In Fight For LGBTQ Rights

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, Democrat Pete Buttigieg, running to become the first openly gay US President, told activists at an Iowa Pride festival there was 'no going back to normal' in fighting discrimination against the LGBTQ community.

Buttigieg reportedly said that rights for the community remain under threat, while warning against complacency.

Buttigieg reportedly said, “We know that the struggle is not over, not even close.

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