"We're here to live our own values as a nation and with Wales being in the World Cup for the first time in six decades, it's important to show what our country's all about, and that is about inclusion and tolerance and diversity," Ms McAllister said.
"If Fifa calls for an inclusive World Cup then we need to include everyone in that," she added. "It was quite intimidating. I'm experienced enough to cope with it but if it had been a young person, a young girl who hadn't been prepared for that, it would have been a very unpleasant and intimidating experience."
"Obviously LGBTQ+ groups were not happy with that decision and yes, we have done a lot of work with the FAW [Football Association Wales] and will continue to do work. But now we have to work out another way to be vocal for discrimination as a whole," Ms Brown said.
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