Rural life is often hard, and even harder being gay, trans, bisexual, or any other gender or sexual identity beyond cis-heteropatriarchy. Through testimonies by peasant members of European Coordination Via Campesina and beyond, Embracing rural diversity shows that in our efforts for inclusion and acceptance of gender and sexual diversities, we can create new social structures. The publication calls for action to organise, so that we can make our voices heard and play a key political role in the transformation of the food system.

 

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