The Labour Party leader claims to have been campaigning for LGBT rights for more than 5 decades and vows to continue doing so if LGBT voters trust him this time. In 60s he studied in a school for boys where the environment was very homophobic, and though he was very young, he realized that it was not right. He later traveled to Jamaica, where the situation with LGBT rights was different – there were more people who were openly gay, though from the point of view of law it was not allowed, but these people fought and resisted. And Britain later also showed resistance, and there is a lot of work still to be done: “We will reform the Gender Recognition Act to include self-identification for trans people – and we will make sure the voices of non-binary people are finally heard in our review of the GRA consultation. Trans people will no longer have to endure invasive, dehumanizing and lengthy processes in order to have their gender recognized. And we’ll also amend the Equality Act 2010. We need to remove the outdated language in there, and we’re going to ensure there are proper protections for trans people against discrimination,” Corbyn said.