LGBTI+ Police Officers and Guards Launch Candidacies in Left-Wing Parties

A group of law enforcement professionals wants to bring the homophobia in their employers out of the closet. LGBTI+ officers have sought left-wing parties to run in the election.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In the opposite direction of the Bolsonarist wave promoting police candidacies, a group of public security professionals wants to bring the homophobia in these corporations out of the closet. LGBTI+ officers have sought left-wing parties to run in the municipal elections.

The group proposes policies to fight homophobia, to value human rights, and opposes the Jair Bolsonaro government. The candidates are part of RENOSP LGBTI+ (LGBTI+ National Network of Public Security Operations), founded to join police and municipal law enforcement officials who fight against homophobia in their forces.

The network currently has 122 members and . . .

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