London – Whether you care or not about last Saturday’s royal wedding of the year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking to be the most pro-LGBT royal couple ever. The two picked a preacher well known for being the first to bless same-sex marriages in North Carolina. Bishop Michael Curry, who used to be the pastor of a church in Baltimore, gave a powerful speech at the royal wedding. And the couple have vowed to put LGBT issues at the forefront. Meeting with delegates from the Commonwealth Youth Forum, they supported efforts to decriminalize homosexuality around the world. One said: ‘Miss Markle said, and these were her exact words, “This is a basic human rights issue, not one about sexuality.”’

First off, the two said they meant to go on with their royal engagements. The couple visited HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust, where he met with people living with HIV. In February, the prince met with players from one of the UK’s biggest gay rugby clubs. He has also praised the “amazing” work of transgender children’s charity Mermaids. Further, one of Meghan’s best friends is gay. Studying drama in Illinois, Meghan’s best friend at university was a fellow student, Larnelle Quentin Foster, who is gay. Larnelle, now a professor of drama, says she’s “very kind, very genuine, someone who cares deeply about her family, her friends and the world.” Other than being an actress, Meghan is also a humanitarian and works a lot for charities around the world. She is the global ambassador for World Vision UK. The couple have asked people to donate money to a HIV charity Chiva, as well as six other charities.

A gay soldier serving in the British army claims Prince Harry saved him from a “battering” from a rival regiment. James Wharton, who served in the British military for ten years, said that in 2008 six soldiers threatened to batter him over a gay rumor regarding one of their fellow platoon-men. Prince Harry told him: “Right, I’m going to sort this shit out once and for all.” He approached the group of men and warned they would be subject to “severe discipline” if they did not rescind their threatening behavior. Wharton describes Prince Harry, who was his tank commander, as “one of my greatest protectors.” (Gay Star News – Joe Morgan at Gaystarnews.com/article/this-is-why-prince-harry-and-meghan-markle-will-be-the-most-pro-lgbti-royal-couple-ever/#gs.3CtrFAU)

Prince Harry and Meghan are most pro-gay royal couple

London – Whether you care or not about last Saturday’s royal wedding of the year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking to be the most pro-LGBT royal couple ever. The two picked a preacher well known for being the first to bless same-sex marriages in North Carolina. Bishop Michael Curry, who used to be the pastor of a church in Baltimore, gave a powerful speech at the royal wedding. And the couple have vowed to put LGBT issues at the forefront. Meeting with delegates from the Commonwealth Youth Forum, they supported efforts to decriminalize homosexuality around the world. One said: ‘Miss Markle said, and these were her exact words, “This is a basic human rights issue, not one about sexuality.”’

First off, the two said they meant to go on with their royal engagements. The couple visited HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust, where he met with people living with HIV. In February, the prince met with players from one of the UK’s biggest gay rugby clubs. He has also praised the “amazing” work of transgender children’s charity Mermaids. Further, one of Meghan’s best friends is gay. Studying drama in Illinois, Meghan’s best friend at university was a fellow student, Larnelle Quentin Foster, who is gay. Larnelle, now a professor of drama, says she’s “very kind, very genuine, someone who cares deeply about her family, her friends and the world.” Other than being an actress, Meghan is also a humanitarian and works a lot for charities around the world. She is the global ambassador for World Vision UK. The couple have asked people to donate money to a HIV charity Chiva, as well as six other charities.

A gay soldier serving in the British army claims Prince Harry saved him from a “battering” from a rival regiment. James Wharton, who served in the British military for ten years, said that in 2008 six soldiers threatened to batter him over a gay rumor regarding one of their fellow platoon-men. Prince Harry told him: “Right, I’m going to sort this shit out once and for all.” He approached the group of men and warned they would be subject to “severe discipline” if they did not rescind their threatening behavior. Wharton describes Prince Harry, who was his tank commander, as “one of my greatest protectors.” (Gay Star News – Joe Morgan at Gaystarnews.com/article/this-is-why-prince-harry-and-meghan-markle-will-be-the-most-pro-lgbti-royal-couple-ever/#gs.3CtrFAU)

 

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