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The fact that so many people have gone for so long feeling that they had to be ashamed, or hide something about their core identity to fit into society is a lesson for everyone to push against.'Trudeau said he finds it important to walk at Pride events because there's 'so much more to do'.'The more that we are exposed to stories that reveal our own biases, the privileges we take for granted, that other people don't have, the better we'll be at standing up for other people's rights and opportunities,' he told Attitude.Trudeau's appearance on the magazine follows a lead of several UK politicians and notable figures, including Tony Blair, David Cameron and Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge.In the interview, the magazine joins Trudeau at the inaugural 'Canada Pride 2017' in his hometown of Montreal.He told the magazine: 'The LGBT community has become emblematic of the fight for human rights.In November, Trudeau said in an emotional speech to Parliament that from the 1950s to the early 1990s, the federal government employed a campaign of oppression against members and suspected members of the LGBTQ communities He said when the government felt that enough evidence had accumulated, some suspects were taken to secret locations in the dark of night to be interrogated.He said those who admitted they were gay were fired, discharged, or intimidated into resignation. We are sorry,' Trudeau said to a standing ovation.'For state-sponsored, systemic oppression and rejection, we are sorry.'The government also introduced legislation that would allow people to apply to have their criminal convictions for consensual sexual activity between same-sex partners erased from public record.Congratulations @British Vogue #ADWOAABOAH #EDWARDENNINFUL !!!! And great to see Londoner @adwoaaboah on the amazing cover!
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When asked about Edward Enninful's decision to select her for the cover of Enninful's first issue, she said: 'My head's going this big.
'Being on this cover is the biggest thing that's happened in my career.'There is this newfound love and space for activism within fashion.
He also opened up about Canada's aim to champion women's and LGBT issues across the Commonwealth.'There will always be small groups of people who have power, whether it's religious groups, or political groups, who will protect that status quo and will resist change as it gets closer to them…but I trust people, I trust citizens, and I know that the direction that we need to move is in respectful ways, in meaningful ways [and] is something that we need to keep pushing,' he said.
He urged leaders to have candid conversations, and to 'give people a friendly nudge to move forward in the right direction'.'I think sometimes it takes friends, or allies, or partners, like another country leader, to say: 'Give your people more credit than you have, and maybe the religious leaders don't have the kind of impact that you think they have',' he said.
'I never would have dreamt in a million years that I would have young girls coming up to me at Glastonbury or on the streets of LA, New York, London, and telling me how much Gurls Talk or seeing my picture in a magazine means to them, as a woman of colour.'I love being a mixed-race woman in 2017. There’s this understanding that we’re all in it together' Enninful's first cover looks very different to Shulman's last issue, which hit shelves in August.