As a member of the Royal Family, Prince Harry has long been a vocal advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. His latest memoir, “Spare,” sheds light on his personal experiences with discrimination and the importance of standing up for marginalized groups.
In the book, Prince Harry recounts instances where he overheard strangers discussing his own sexuality and life choices in public spaces, such as supermarkets. He also recounts a specific instance where he defended a cashier who was being berated by an elderly couple.
Prince Harry’s support for the LGBTQ+ community is not limited to personal anecdotes. He has also publicly disagreed with figures such as Elton John, who planned to serialize his autobiography in the Daily Mail, a publication known for its hostility towards marginalized groups.
Prince Harry’s support for the LGBTQ+ community serves as a beacon of hope and acceptance in a world where discrimination and marginalization still exists. His memoir, “Spare,” is available for purchase in physical and digital bookstores for $36.