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  • Writer's pictureElvira Serrano

The more you know!

June is known as Pride month, we all in here stan that love is LOVE, in this The more you know edition, besides knowing cool interesting facts about some places of the world, you'll also get to know T3's lgbtq+ experiences.


I’ve known that I was part of the LGBTQ+ community since I was 12 years old (I’m bisexual and trans masculine) and I have been subject to many kinds of experiences. Whilst transphobia has skyrocketed since I came out in 2017, it is safe to say that I have had many good experiences in my time as an out queer person. The times I have attended pride have been joyous occasions where I got to meet other queer people (I go to a school where there are very few others who are LGBTQ+) and I have experienced so much joy in the way of romantic relationships. However, the best memories have been with the friends that I have made who are also queer; the ones who have made me feel safe enough to experiment with pronouns, the ones who have let me talk about my crushes without feeling judged, the ones who I can express my truest self with. In that way, T-3 and the LGBTQ+ community are quite similar: they both run on the premise of community and friendship. Without community, the LGBTQ+ community would not have been able to band together during times of crisis such as the AIDS epidemic. Community is everything; it is essential to feeling supported. Happy Pride month, everyone. If you’re in a place where being LGBTQ+ is dangerous, hang in there. The whole community stands behind you



About Canada

  • The name Canada is derived from the indigenous word Kanata. Kanata means “settlement” or “village” in the language of the St. Lawrence Iroquoians.

  • Canada did not get its own flag until February 15, 1965. This is almost a hundred years after becoming a country!

  • Canada has actually been invaded twice by Americans. The first time was in 1775 when Montreal was occupied, and the second time was during the War of 1812 which mostly took place in the Niagara Region. Of course, Canada also burned down the White House in 1812!

  • Two-thirds of British Columbia’s land base is forested. To put this in perspective, we are talking about an area larger than France! What makes this stat particularly interesting, is that more than half of that area has had little or no human contact!

  • Yonge Street in Toronto is the longest street in the world. Yonge Street, which is located in Toronto, holds the record for being the longest street in the world. It is about 1896 km or 1,178 miles long. The road starts at Lake Shore and extends to Rainy River at the Ontario/Minnesota border.



The wind instrument found by the world is the Ukrainian trembita. Vіn entries to the Guinness Book of Records. Trembita is a wooden pipe, the dozhina is pierced from 2.5 to 8 meters, and the diameter is about 30 mm. In the mountain villages, trembita victorious was celebrated as zasib kommunikatsii, to tell about such ideas, as the beginning and end of the working day, the people of the child, friendship, unsafety, that one wears thinly.

One of the most interesting facts about Ukraine is its language. In 1934, Ukrainian was recognized as the second most melodious language in the world, second only to Italian. In the same year, it was recognized as the third most beautiful language, second only to French and Persian. Of course, this is all very subjective, because all the languages ​​of the world are beautiful

Opening of the first university in Eastern Europe. Ostroh Academy is the oldest scientific and educational institution in Ukraine and the first higher educational institution in Eastern Europe. The Slavic-Greek-Latin Academy was founded in Ostroh in 1576 by Prince Konstantin Vasyl Ostrohsky.

The first constitution in the world was developed and put into effect in 1710 by the Ukrainian hetman Pylyp Orlyk. The document was intended to introduce the separation of powers. It outlined the duties and rights of both citizens and the government.

(photo of Trembita)



Hello I come from Normandy and in Normandy we celebrate June 6, the date of the landing of the Second World War, celebrations and ceremonies are organized with often many tourists and soldiers in the main cities like Sainte-Maire-Eglise Chef du Pont or Carentan. What's interesting is that a lot of people dress up in the 40s theme for the weekend of June 6! here are photos and others things with my sister my dad a Friend and me. There had been American veterans who had come to France to parade in front of everyone giving out little cards with their information inscribed during the Second World War



Pride is for EVERYONE ! It's up to the entire LGBTQIA+ community to come together and celebrate what makes us who we are. NOBODY should be left behind. Wherever you are in your own journey, and regardless of your identity, ethnic origin, gender, size, shape, age… We have the same rights ! We are all humans, and all equals ! Happy Pride Month !




I've to say that there's nothing wrong with having different ideals, what matters is being ourselves, however, there are people out there that don't get this and just hate, so let me tell you a thing, pride is a celebration of resistance self-acceptance, and diversity! Unfortunately, there's marginalization and discrimination, sometimes people see pride as an opportunity for profit, when it's not, pride is a protest. I can only talk about my experience, and by saying that as a pansexual who is in love with a girl, I would like to encourage you to be who you are and love who you choose, it's actually very difficult to know ourselves but respect must not miss.

- Elvira Serrano

Thank you all for reading, go and be kind to everyone
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