The LGBTQ sector deserves equality and respect, Cavite Board Member Kerby Salazar says after Pemberton pardon
We still have a long way to go toward treating the LGBTQ community properly, according to Cavite Board Member Kerby Salazar.
This is illustrated by the case of Jennifer Laude, a good person who just wants to help her family, but was killed by former US marine Joseph Scott Pemberton after the latter found out that she was transgender.
Salazar said we must use our voice to speak up and demand what is right.
People do not deserve to be hurt and killed because of their sexual orientation or preference, he stressed.
“Fairness and Equality is Love and Love is Love.
Para saan ang ating Tinig kung hindi natin ito gagamitin sa tama. Si Jennifer Laude ay isang mabuting tao na tulad ng karamihang LGBTQ ay nagsisikap upang makatulong sa kanyang Pamilya at mga Mahal sa buhay.
Noong 2014, siya ay pinaslang. Ayun kay Pemberton nagawa niya ito matapos niyang malaman na Transgender si Laude. Siya ay pinaslang dahil sa kanyang sexual preference/orientation.
The LGBTQ Sector continues to experience discrimination. Ang komunidad ng mga mahuhusay, mabubuti at loving na mga tao ay patuloy na pinagkakaitan. Walang nilalang na nararapat masaktan, lalong higit mamatay dahil sa kanyang sexual orientation/preference,” Salazar posted.
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