The political establishment is currently arguing whether both Hungary and Poland should lose EU funds due to their anti-LGBTQ+ policies dominating the county.
The ad published by Burger King in Finland shows their mascot kissing with the competitor – Ronald McDonald. The ad is the element of “Love Conquers All” campaign.
The Finnish Prime Minister, Sanna Marin, will become the official Helsinki Pride week patron in 2020 and 2021. The message was published by Yle, the national broadcasting company.
Annually, up to 35,000 nudists, including LGBTQ ones, head to the south of France to relax in a famous seaside resort area. This year, Cap d’Agde has been plagued by a COVID-19 outbreak, with about 150 people showing a positive result for the virus.
The first Pride train in the UK launched by a train operating company, Avanti West Coast, is arriving at Manchester Piccadilly station today. Apart from the eye-catching Pride flag, the eleven carriage train is special because of its crew – all members are LGBTQ+.
The coronavirus restrictions have canceled so many events in 2020. Although Birmingham’s Pride celebrations were not held in May, the LGBTQ+ community recently had an opportunity to enjoy a renowned rainbow walkway. James Cowper, better known as Gavina Vagina and a designer of this artwork, claims that a rainbow walkway vibrates positivity.
The Polish government became a part of a scandal connected to the firing of the Education Ministry official – the education curator of Lodz, Grzegorz Wierzchowski.
n turn, LGBT community representatives decided to organize another event. The organizers had to change the parade format entirely. Now, they’ll provide online discussions instead of walking through Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital city center.
The members of the group “Identity and Right”, created to help LGBT people, made a statement, “We state that the LGBT community should have its Council representatives, so we sent a united application supported by LGBT organizations and initiatives of the country …”
The MAKEOUT team, the Belarussian pro-feminism and anti-discrimination project, had its members claim “solidarity with those who suffered and continue to suffer from injustice and criminal actions of the government.”