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Thousands of people demanded that Boris Johnson “stop stalling on LGBT+ rights” in the UK at Saturday’s (24 July) Reclaim Pride march.
Thousands of Hungarians joined the annual Budapest Pride march on Saturday to support LGBTQ people and protest against a law that limits teaching about homosexuality and transgender issues in schools. Hungary's nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in power since 2010, has introduced social policies that he says aim to safeguard traditional Christian values from Western liberalism, stoking tensions with the European Union.The European Commission has launched legal action against Orban's gover
Thousands of Hungarians joined the annual Budapest Pride march on Saturday to support LGBTQ people and protest against a law that limits teaching about homosexuality and transgender issues in schools. Hungary's nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in power since 2010, has introduced social policies that he says aim to safeguard traditional Christian values from Western liberalism, stoking tensions with the European Union. The European Commission has launched legal action against Orban's government over the new law, which came into force this month, saying it is discriminatory and contravenes European values of tolerance and individual freedom.
A topless trans woman was seen screaming “Trans Rights are human rights” as she marched along Whitehall ahead of the Reclaim Pride March in London. This video was filmed on 24th July.
Thousands of Hungarians marched in Budapest’s biggest Pride parade on Saturday (July 24). Demonstrators took to the streets amid tension in the country, sparked by a series of policies enacted by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, targeting the LGBTQ+ community. An “anti-pedophilia” law was adopted by Parliament last month. It bans materials promoting homosexuality and gender change in Hungarian schools. The European Commission has recently started legal action against the Hungarian Government. Prime Minister Orban is now planning to hold a referendum.
Budapest Pride march is a protest against anti-gay laws, say organisers. Hungary’s LGBT community expects high turnout for march on Saturday marking end of Pride month
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The LGBT+ community and allies are ‘reclaiming Pride’ with a new march to take the place of Pride in London and bring the community-led parade “back to the roots of Pride”.
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LGBTQ activists in Georgia said Monday they had been forced to cancel a planned Pride march after opponents clashed with activists and police, and the prime minister spoke out against the event. Pride events are still controversial in Georgia, a conservative country where the powerful Orthodox Church has previously clashed with Western-leaning governments over progressive social issues.Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Georgia's capital Tbilisi against a Pride march that was schedule
The event would have been only the second Pride event to have taken place in the socially-conservative country
Tbilisi Pride march cancelled after far-right attack on headquarters. Event in Georgian capital cancelled after protesters storm activists’ headquarters and attack journalists
LGBT+ campaigners in Georgia called off a pride march on Monday after violent groups opposed to the event stormed and ransacked their office in the capital Tbilisi and targeted activists and journalists. Activists launched five days of LGBT+ Pride celebrations last Thursday and had planned a "March for Dignity" on Monday in central Tbilisi, shrugging off criticism from the church and conservatives who said the event had no place in Georgia. Video footage posted by LGBT+ activists showed protesters scaling their building to reach their balcony where they tore down rainbow flags and were seen entering the office of Tbilisi Pride.
In a hate crime just hours after Pride Month drew to a close, two gay men were harassed by homophobes who hurled insults, objects and punches at them at a Cardiff, Wales gas station.
A Labour MP fought back tears in the Commons as he revealed his addiction to alcohol almost killed him on two occasions. Dan Carden, MP for Liverpool Walton, made the comments during a parliamentary debate on Pride Month. Mr Carden told MPs of the "daily denials" and "constant fear of being found out" as he grew up LGBT, warning this can cause a "deep trauma".
The Orthodox Church in the deeply conservative country of Georgia has attacked a Pride march as aiming “to legalise grave sin”.
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Turkish police detained at least 15 people at a small Pride march in the capital Ankara on Tuesday, Reuters footage showed, days after dozens were detained after authorities intervened with tear gas at a larger parade in Istanbul. Video footage showed police officers dispersing those at the march, some of whom were waving rainbow flags, carrying banners and singing while walking through central streets. On Saturday police in riot gear were among those intervening in central Istanbul, including pushing and dragging some people who had gathered for a Pride parade.
The New York Police Department (NYPD) descended onto an alternative Pride protest Sunday afternoon (27 June), allegedly “beating, shoving and pepper-spraying” those present.
Botched police raid on New York gay club and subsequent fightback by its patrons struck crucial blow for community and ultimately paved the way for annual celebrations around the world