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Meanwhile, it has become an annual ritual for followers of the Black Lives Matter movement to halt gay-pride parades in major cities across North America to protest the very presence of uniformed police officers, despite a recent survey finding that 79 percent of LBTQ people and 77 percent of nonwhite LGBTQ people support a police presence at Pride celebrations.
Some jurisdictions have made it illegal or are considering to make it illegal to engage in sexual orientation change efforts.