Barbara d’Urso, both on social media and in her television broadcasts, has always tried to defend the rights of the LGBT community, taking a stand against all forms of discrimination and homophobia. On the occasion of the world coming out day, the presenter spoke about this very important but also very delicate moment.
Barbara d’urso has always been one of the champions of the rights of LGBT community. There have been many stories of love and courage that the presenter has chosen to tell in her broadcasts in recent years, never losing an opportunity to reaffirm the clear position against any form of discrimination or homophobia.
There conductor he reiterated his constant I commit which he has been carrying on for years, also publishing the cover of a magazine released in 2015, where d’urso appeared in a symbolic photo shaving:
“I believe it is necessary and right to give oneself to what one believes in. the for the LGBTQ + cause I’ve always put my face on it with pride, because I believe that love has no sex ”.
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Barbara d’urso: the words on coming out
On the occasion of the world day of coming out Barbara d’urso he wanted once again to reaffirm the message of absolute freedom when it comes to love. The presenter, in fact, stressed that, beyond the specific recurrences, every day it is important to remember the importance of such a great gesture:
“The Coming Out Day it was formally yesterday but for me there are no predefined days to support those who decide to open up to the world, it being understood that no one should feel it as an obligation … freedom to love anyone who makes our heart beat. Love is love ”.
There conductor then he highlighted how everyone should feel free to be able to declare to the world the love he feels, without this being felt as an obligation towards others. A message of positivity and hope also for those who have not yet decided to take this step.