In Afghanistan, people in the LGBTQ+ community live in constant fear of being killed/death

In Afghanistan, people in the LGBTQ+ community live in constant fear of being killed/death

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Dakota Stanton started this petition to Ashraf Ghani

In Afghanistan, many people who are part of the LGBTQ+ community live in constant fear of being killed. It is truly sad that they must hide their love and/or true identity in order to be trusted and seen as an equal person. People in the LGBTQ+ community are pushed to the side, and it is unbearable. Many people in Afghanistan hide their love, and marry the opposing gender, even if they do not love the opposing gender. All so they stay alive. It is horrible that they must live life day by day, knowing they can never be who they really are. Those in the LGBTQ+ community are human too. They do not deserve to live in constant fear. Imagine living day after day knowing if you are your true self, you will get killed. It is disgusting. The community deserves to be treated as everyone else does. Many people have tried making a change, and it is slowly happening. It is important that the LGBTQ+ community can be themselves without being hurt, or looked at differently. Hopefully, more changes will happen soon. For changes to happen, we need your help. Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders, Queers and others deserve to be accepted. Please sign this petition to make a change, even if it is small. You could be saving a life. 

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