Despite these encouraging advances, the movement still faces many challenges as homophobic and transphobic violence and attacks are still frequent. In 2019, more than 1,899 acts were reported to the SOS Homophobia association in 2019 and more than 55% of LGBT people who suffered homophobic or transphobic acts. Internationally, the observation is the same, many countries continue to apply laws that criminalize homosexuality and transidentity. Their demands are deep and legitimate and deserve to be heard. They relate in particular to the recognition and protection of the rights of intersex people, the fight against transphobia and the promotion of equal rights for all LGBTQIA+ people, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation. In 2023, LGBTQIA+ people continue to face discrimination in many areas, including employment, housing, health and education. The movement must therefore continue to fight to advance the rights and freedoms of LGBTQIA+ people and end the invisibility of homosexuality in society.