William spoke about his views on Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one, admitting their sexuality during a royal engagement to the Albert Kennedy Trust Akt today. Speaking to a group of people being supported by the LGBT charity, the royal was asked: "If your child one day in the future said 'oh I'm gay, oh I'm lesbian' whatever, how would you react? He replied: "Do you know what, I've been giving that some thought recently because a couple of other parents said that to me as well. Tim Sigsworth, the Akt's chief executive, said William's comments would make a "massive difference". He said: "I was first impressed by his level of knowledge already, but his empathy and appreciation of the struggles and challenges faced by LGBT people was incredible to me. During the visit, William also said he was "appalled" at the recent bus attack on a lesbian couple.
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For his latest exhibition, celebrated contemporary artist Jordan Eagles used a pint of blood donated by an active-duty transgender and pansexual U. Captioned "your blood can save him," the original image was used to convince Americans to donate their blood to save the lives of soldiers on battlefields far across the globe. Charles R. Drew developed the techniques used to store the blood and plasma exported from the U. Eagles used every drop from the pint of donated blood to the project, continuing to create screen prints until the image faded — a nod to the ongoing discriminatory blood policies set by the FDA, which continues to prioritize stigma over science in policy decisions.
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