Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, is the head of The Commonwealth. The Commonwealth was born in 1931, as a group of nations now consisting of 53 countries throughout the world. Each country, in every city, village or town, there are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people being persecuted for their sexuality. Either through ignorance, religion, or culture.
There are over 2 Billion people who live under The Commonwealth of Nations, and there are only estimated millions of LGBT people suffering for their sexuality. Many forced to live in fear as a heterosexual to prevent them from being persecuted.
The neglect of LGBT human rights in each country ranges from insults, bullying, attacks, violence, to state punishments, prison sentences, mutilations or even death.
In the United Kingdom, only recently, through 'Stonewall', we are beginning to be able to have basic human rights and justice for all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. Unfortunately, many other countries in The Commonwealth have not.
'The Party Royal' supports equality for everyone. As a nation of many countries, we should stand together and give each other love, support, understanding and respect. To help in anyway possible to prevent LGBT people from being persecuted for their 'love'.
So when you look at all these different and beautiful coats of arms from each country of The Commonwealth, there are countless LGBT people who feel afraid and alone. It is up to us, to stand together with our brothers and sisters all over the world, who aren't as fortunate as we are, and show that we care and are there with them.
There are countless Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender people in all of these countries that need our love and support.
- Alexandra R I
Her Imperial Majesty, Queen Alexandra of The LGBTI United Kingdom & The LGBTI Commonwealth, Empress of LGBTI India.
The United Kingdom
St Kitts & Nevis
Papua New Guinea
St. Vincent & The Grenadines
Trinadad & Tabago
New Foundland & Labrador
Antigua and Barmuda