Scottish Labor Party leader appeared on public with a female partner

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - MAY 05: Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale (R) and her partner Louise Riddell arrives at St Ninian & Triduana RC Church to vote in the Scottish Parliament elections on May 5, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Today, dubbed "Super Thursday", sees the British public vote in countrywide elections to choose members for the Scottish Parliament, the Welsh Assembly, the Northern Ireland Assembly, Local Councils, a new London Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioners. There are around 45 million registered voters in the UK and polling stations open from 7am until 10pm. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Kezia Dugdale who does not hide being a lesbian (though she does not like this word or any other words which are ‘labeling’people) and who swears to represent the LGBT community and to fight for the rights of sexual minorities, has finally shown her partner to the public.

The Labour politician became the fourth Scottish leader to come out last month (Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, Scottish Green Party leader Patrick Harvie and UKIP Scotland leader David Coburn are all openly LGB) , when she said: “I have a female partner. I don’t talk about it very much because I don’t feel I need to.” As voting takes place today for the Scottish Parliament, Ms Dugdale cast her vote in Edinburgh at St Ninian & Triduana RC Church polling station.She appeared arm-in-arm with partner Louise Riddell as they walked into the polling station, as the pair went to vote… presumably both for Labour.



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