World AIDS Day, Pansexual Pride and Human Rights

1st December was World AIDS Day, with news that a new monument has been commissioned for Camden (London) near Middlesex Hospital and will be placed there by 2026. The monument will be for all those who have lost their lives due to HIV and AIDS-related illnesses. Middlesex Hospital was the first hospital with a dedicated AIDS ward, so it’s fitting that they’ve chosen a location close by.

Pansexual Pride Day is celebrated annually on the 8th December, raising awareness of what it means to be pansexual. Those who identify as pansexual have an attraction to all genders, whether male, female or non-binary.

Human Rights Day is celebrated on the 10th December, and this year marks 75 years since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which took place in 1948 after World War II. The day serves as a reminder that we are all equal and deserve to be treated as such, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or beliefs.

And finally, we would like to wish everyone a peaceful Christmas and look forward to the year ahead!

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