Europe News

Kyiv Pride Goes Ahead Despite Far Right

An astonishing and welcome seven thousand people participated in the Kiev Pride Parade on Sunday 19th September, says the Australian based gay magazine DNA. The parade was colourful and peaceful and easily outnumbered around one hundred ultra nationalists and religious conservatives who had gathered at the side of the route. A strong police presence prevented any attempt by these thugs to disrupt the parade, which they have managed to do in some previous years. Staff from the US and UK embassies marched in solidarity with the Ukranian LGBTQIA communities.

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Shameful Homophobia of Anti-Vaxx Extremists

In America, it has long been known that there is a strong correlation between anti-Vaxx groups and the homophobic right wing.

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Serbs March for Pride In Face of Nazis

Hundreds of ordinary Serbians joined the annual LGBTQIA Pride parade in Belgrade on September 18th, according to a report from the dissident broadcasting station Radio Free Europe.

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International Association to Hold Online Meet

The road to equality is international, and sometimes can seem a tall order. But ILGA Europe has our backs.

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Love Triumphs Over Hate as Swiss Vote Yes

Swiss reactionaries, including conservative parties, the far right and religious extremists, ended up with egg on their faces at the weekend, as the small Apline country voted overwhelmingly to support samesex marriage reforms in a nationwide referendum.

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02
Sep

August 19th marked the eighty fifth anniversary of the death of Spanish gay poet Federico García Lorca who was murdered by fascist forces loyal to General Franco during the brutal

30
Aug

There are around one hundred thousand Jewish people in Hungary, but a new study has found that the same government and state controlled discourse which has led to persecution of th

29
Aug

In Perros-Guirec, a seaside town in Brittany, a Celtic part of France akin to Cornwall in England, residents have held a vigil to protest the anti-semitic vandalism of a memorial to Simone Veil, a

19
Aug

August 19th marks the eighty fifth anniversary of the death of Spanish gay poet Federico García Lorca who was murdered by fascist forces loyal to General Franco during the brutal S

31
Jul

Tens of thousands of people participated in the Budapest Pride march at the weekend, says the Euronews TV Channel.

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