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Burning gay puppets in Croatia sparked controversy

During a weekend festival in the small town of Imotski, in the south of Croatia, a model representing homosexuals was burned in front of hundreds of people. Funeral music was playing in the background while the model in which the two men hugged was on fire and the crowd made cheerful noises. The incident occurred a week ago after the Croatian Constitutional Court ruled that same-sex couples could participate in

Homophobia is now a crime İn Switzerland

The first results were announced in a referendum asking whether the law on hate crimes in Switzerland had been extended and whether homophobia was sanctioned or not. According to this, 62 percent of the votes in favor came from legal regulations, which include discrimination and homophobia from a sexual point of view in the area of ​​crime. The Swiss Parliament decides to expand existing laws prohibiting racial discrimination and commits

Famous Television Presenter Phillip Schofield: I’m Gay

Phillip Schofield, one of the UK’s top ITV screens, announced today that he is gay. “I’m gay. There has been a lot of heartbreaking talk in this house,” said Schofield, who has been married for 27 years and has  daughters named Molly and Ruby. Phillip Schofield, one of the UK’s best-known presenter, announced that he was gay. Schofield, who made the statement on Instagram, did so after thanking his wife

First Same-Sex Marriage Takes Place in Ireland

Sharni Edwards, from Brighton and Robyn Peoples, from Belfast, will be the first same-sex, lesbian couple in Northern Ireland to get married next week. A senior care worker and waiter will make history next week when they become the first same-sex couple to be married in Northern Ireland. Robyn Peoples from Belfast and Sharni Edwards, who is originally from Brighton, will tie the knot on Tuesday. The wedding will take

France Removes Transgender From Psychological Disease List

French health minister Roseline Bachelot, who said transgender people will be excluded from the “mental illness” list in May, signed a decree last week. Immediately afterwards, Iran made it clear that it could make the same decision. Everyone is watching the Chevrilmishken World Health Organization, the President of the Idaho Association spoke to Joel Bedos and transgender people in Turkey. Isn’t this a situation where a person feels the opposite

Short-Term Freedom of Homosexuals in Russia

Afanasy Shaur, a member of the Russian Baltic Fleet, organized an extraordinary gay wedding in Petrograd in January 1921. Guests included 95 army soldiers, including retired soldiers and a woman in a man’s costume. There have been no such activities in the city yet. Shaur went out of his way to organize an extraordinary party because he did not think that many guests would come if he had an ordinary

Gay initiative from IKEA

IKEA has supported gay couples and same-sex marriages by stating in their ad in the United States, “All the houses are the same.” According to News, IKEA, the furniture and appliance giant, spoke of the words “All people are equal” and said, “All houses are the same” in the US magazine ad. The presentation by IKEA of two men of different races, namely “interracial” in the same ad, was not

Turkey, One of The Most Homophobic Countries Against LGBT

Association to combat child abuse and neglect: Everyone has the right to live their life the way they want. The Association to Combat Child Abuse and Neglect, which confirmed that the march of honor was valued differently by different social classes, conducted a study to see LGBTIs from their own eyes. Turkey is currently there, but the Ottoman Empire is one of the countries with majority intolerance to the last

Protests at The Screening of the Gay Love Movie in Georgia

There were clashes between hundreds of far-right protesters and policemen who protested against the film on a gala night in Tbilisi, the capital “And then we danced”, which talks about the love of two ballet dancers in Georgia. On Saturday, police said 25 people were arrested as a result of the clashes. According to reports, a young woman and two police officers who watched the movie were injured. Protesters who

She Changed Her Mind About Marriage Equality

CDU President and Federal Defense Minister Annegret Crump Carrenbauer, who announced in 2015 that she was against marriage equality, has changed his mind. Carrenbauer said at an event organized by the Gay Association initiative as part of the CDU: “Getting married is not a problem for me and everyone. Everyone was married and legally accepted. Now it’s done. In this case, a bath joke against homosexuals made by Carrenbauer in