With social justice central to our values, QMU is committed to equality and diversity. Following the cancellation of Edinburgh Pride 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff and students at Queen Margaret University wanted to mark the event on its 25th anniversary by sending in banners and messages for a virtual pride parade.

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Ryan Catterson (He/Him)
I’m super proud to be a member of QMU and see the excellent work they do for the LGBTQ+ community. Although pride isn’t the same this year, the same love and hope will still shine through and I wish everyone a very happy pride! Stay safe x

Euan McGeechan (He/Him)
No Gay Liberation without Trans women. We owe the trans community everything. LGB with the T.

Brigid Daniel
Although Pride has to be virtual this year there is nothing virtual about our pride – it is loud and real.

Magda Pieczka
Happy Pride day to all. Let's make Pride-parade-like noise tonight, just after clapping for the NHS!

Rosa
HAPPY PRIDE!!!

Stefanie Van de Peer
Playing Scrabble, I very PROUDLY discovered that the word QUEER gave me the highest score I have ever managed in the game!

Joanne Fox
Start early, love is love no matter what

Steve Darling (He/Him)
I'm an ally and I'm 100% in support of Pride and Pride@QMU 2020. Peace and love to all on this important day.

Bethan
Even though we’ll be indoors, pride will never be cancelled!

Paul Grice
I am pleased to support the 2020 Virtual Pride March, and I would like to take this opportunity to affirm Queen Margaret University’s support for our LGBT+ community. It is my firm belief that Queen Margaret University is an open and inclusive place in which to work and study, and the Senior Leadership Team and I am keen to work with the University’s LGBT+ community to make it an ever more inclusive place.

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