Save the LGBT is not only a website but it is a movement, advocacy and helping platform for the protection of fundamental human rights of Transgender people.

We, through this website will highlight discriminatory acts, laws and persecutions against a genetically self-declared LGBT community member worldwide.

We also encourage governments, multinational corporations and generous people to step forward and help those poor and financially insecure persons around the world who are forcibly pressurized to be a sex worker without their will and choice. All above should provide the easy jobs, shelter and honorable ways of earning on priority basis and according to worldwide acknowledged CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility).

We will also highlight individual cases and appeals for help or funds as we will receive.



The Transgender Pride Flag is a light blue, pink and white striped flag designed by American Trans-woman Monica Helms in 1999, and is a symbol of the Transgender community, organizations, and individuals.


Similar to the worldwide adoption of a number of identity-specific flags by the LGBT Community around the world, including the Rainbow Flag, the Transgender Pride Flag is used throughout the world to represent the Transgender community, though there are several other flags used and endorsed by varying Transgender individuals, organizations and communities. There have been, and continue to be, alternatives suggested to these flags, and the varying flags have been and continue to be used to represent transgender pride, diversity, rights and /or remembrance by Transgender individuals, their organizations, their communities and their allies.



Sometimes supporting LGBTQ+ people in crisis is as easy as buying a T-Shirt.

Self-Evident Truths, a portrait series depicting the spectrum of Queer and Trans-identity in the U.S., announced it is donating 100 percent of proceeds from sales of the project’s T-Shirt to support LGBTQ+ people during the outbreak of COVID-19, which has claimed more than 200,000 lives around the world. The crisis has had a particularly devastating impact on LGBTQ+ individuals: Advocacy groups like the Human Rights Campaign have warned the community is vulnerable to COVID-19 because of high rates of smoking and lung cancer, as well as the prevalence of immunodeficiency’s like HIV, and a report showed LGBTQ+ people are disproportionately likely to have lost work as a result of the crisis.

According to Self-Evident Truths, the campaign’s focus is on “low income Trans, POC, elders and families with children,” who are likely to have some of the greatest need of any members of the LGBTQ+ community. Transgender people, for instance, were already four times more likely to be unemployed than the general population before COVID-19 hit.

The campaign hopes that a “random act of kindness,” such as donations for “food, gas, and other basic necessities,” can help LGBTQ+ survive through an impossible time. “We’re all in this together, and as a community we can hold each other up,” Self-Evident Truths says.

Campaigns like these are proving more essential than ever. For the LGBTQ+ community, accessing help from religious charities, a major source of humanitarian aid in the U.S., or the government becomes fraught when your identity goes against an organization’s beliefs or you don’t qualify for official funds. Here are 25 campaigns you can support to hold up LGBTQ+ people who are struggling to get by during COVID-19.



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