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When you feel like letting go, hold tight.

When you feel like letting go, hold tight.

We’re aiming to highlight what is a gesture that is difficult for many in the LGBTI community and turn it into a celebration of love and by asking people to ‘hold tight,’ when they feel like letting go.
– Australia & New Zealand Banking Group

This is a video released ahead of Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras, which began yesterday and Auckland Pride Festival held 10 – 26 FEB. The Australian & New Zealand Banking Group proudly sponsors both events.

I know GLBT folks relate, but I think a lot more folks besides us can relate to this, feeling that it might be unsafe to hold the hand of the one whom you love.

 

 

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Susan Forsburg

Thank you David, that is quite beautiful.

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