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Having a foundation like Workplace Pride is no doubt an excellent means towards equality. And so the need for an English term arose, simple because it is more convenient. It is the closest equivalent of the Greek term Paul used.
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Despite this progress on legal entitlements, research and evidence has continued to suggest that LGBT people face discrimination, bullying and harassment in education, at work and on the streets, hate crime and higher inequalities in health satisfaction and outcomes.
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