The political establishment is currently arguing whether both Hungary and Poland should lose EU funds due to their anti-LGBTQ+ policies dominating the county.
After the anti-LGBT politician Andrzej Duda won the elections and will be the president for one more term, community activists named the latest anti-homophobic and anti-transphobic demonstrations as the “Polish Stonewall”.
According to Polish clergymen, a non-heterosexual orientation is not only a sin, but an illness. So, local LGBT community members – lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people – should be ‘cured’ of their diseases.
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.
Several hundred activists gathered near the Warsaw University on Sunday to participate in two different demonstrations: for and against the Polish LGBT community. Strengthened groups of police sent by the government to the streets served as a border line of guards between them to prevent clashes.
The ex-governor of Lodz and the ex-senator of the “Right and Justice” political party, Zbigniew Rau, became the new Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs. Polish media admit that the new head of the ministry is the conceptual opponent of any sexual and gender differences. Particularly, Rau is the author of the famous appeal: “Stop the LGBT ideology. Stop the death civilization”.
In the course of 2020 election current president, Andrzej Duda made it to the second round. Now he speaks against the LGBT. He states that the part of his campaign is to ban gay couples from adopting.