Truly 2020 has been hard and unpredictable. Not even in our wildest of our dreams had we thought that the world will go through such hardships and we’ll witness all the unbelievable activities which took place this year.
But it has certainly not been a bad year for spreading sex-positivity, so we decided to compile the best sex-positive stories we witnessed in 2020, to spread our bit of positivity at the beginning of 2021.
In October he announced that he vows to pass LGBTQ Rights Act bill in the first 100 days of his administration.
2. In France, from Emmanuel Macron’s political party, the minister for European affairs Clément Beaune came out as gay earlier this month.
In an interview, he said that he wants people to see that being gay is not an obstacle to a career in politics.
Through this historic decision of his life, he also vowed to fight against the LGBT+ free zones in Poland after having a responsibility towards it. After Poland had faced opposition from other European countries over its treatment of LGBTQ members
3. The former Editor in Chief of the South China Morning Post and Reuters global managing editor of operations, Reginald Chua came out as a transgender woman. She is now Gina Chua.
"I'm transgender. And beginning today I'll be living and presenting as what I know to be my true self 100 percent of the time," Chua wrote in an internal email. Reuters has updated her new credentials on its systems.
4. The English stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and political activist Eddie Izzard’s fans got overjoyed after she publicly called out to be referred to as she/her pronouns on a British show.
"I have boy mode and girl mode. I am kind of gender fluid. I want to express both sides of myself, which has always been there. I am a tomboy and tomgirl kind of person," Izzard said in a 2019 interview with Windy City Times, a Chicago LGBTQ publication
The comedian identifies herself as gender-fluid and says that “I just want to be based in girl mode from now on”
She received waves of support and her fans took to social media to congratulate the comedian.
5. A lesbian couple living in Auckland, New Zealand Taryn Cumming and her fiance Kat Buchanan gave birth just four days apart, after getting pregnant using DIY insemination, and that too from the same sperm donor.
The couple was shocked after conceiving within weeks as the doctors had discovered the low egg reserve they both had.
They both opted for a DIY insemination method after finding out that they’d have to spend thousands on private treatment.
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