Tag "Homophobia"

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

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

Brazil Court Puts Homophobia and Transphobia in Crime

The Brazilian Constitutional Court has turned homophobia and transphobia into a crime. A question was raised in February, but the process could not be completed due to procedures. So far, the process is complete. The Brazilian Supreme Court has decided to punish crimes of sexual orientation and gender by six votes to five in accordance with the applicable law on racism. According to the law, people who had sexism with

Short Movie Against Homophobia

The short film for “Amnesty International” has been linked to by dozens of sites, news portals and blogs. In the online gay world, there have been tens of thousands of visitors among the Turkish Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Community, enjoying the most rights in the world. As at March 2008, the video has been viewed over 73,000 times. “Amnesty International” and the Publicis group also sent an e-mail

In post-revolutionary Ukraine, homophobia and oppression deepen

It wasn’t supposed to begin like this. But exactly 14 months to the day after the Euromaidan protests, the Ukraine, unburdened by the heavy-handed influence of Russia, has seen a rise in homophobia and a willingness by the country’s relatively liberal gay community to squash equally revolutionary tactics for wider acceptance. In a thought-provoking piece on ForeignPolicy.com, Dimiter Kenarov retraces the steps leading up to a cultural, political and economic