A British court has decided that the son of a Polish mother living in the UK (Aneta Zrobczyńska) is to be adopted. The woman learned from social services that a same-sex couple was to look after the child. The boy's mother refuses to agree. “If this is true, we will take all steps so that the child, if he must be adopted, … Continue reading UK Gay Couple Targeted By Polish Minister Over Adoption Procedure
The reasons why Russia fights the LGBTI-movement threatens not only LGBTI-people, but the whole national security of the EU and USA.
The Hungarian Minister of State for Family and International Affairs Katalin Novak will be speaking during a conference organised by the Hungarian Embassy in the US Senate. Novak has taken up a leadership role in the international pro-family movement in recent years as an important actor within organisations like the World Congress of Families and … Continue reading Hungarian Anti-LGBT Minister To Hold Conference In US Senate
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, a gulf of liberalism embarked the European continent. Simultaneously the LGBTQ-movement started to flourish. Many Western European countries introduced LGBTQ-equality in their legal framework. Also, behind the former Iron Curtain, LGBTQ-groups started to form and professionalise. 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall state homophobia is … Continue reading 30 Years After The Fall Of The Berlin Wall: LGBTQ As The State Enemy of Eastern Europe?
The recent anti-LGBTI election campaign was backed by the broad religious conservative NGO scenery in Poland. These organisations apparently also have close connections to Russian intelligence.
Russia’s international fight against LGBTI-rights is an inherent part of their strategy to undermine the European Union’s liberal democracy. Through international homophobic networks, Russian intelligence made contacts with Hungarian government representatives.
TVP1 broadcasts a documentary called ‘LGBT Invasion’. In the last months, the Polish TV served as the mouth-piece of the right-wing populist government in Poland.
“Freedom of assembly is important for a prosperous Ukraine. Don’t further strengthen anti-LGBTI groups who are supported by Russia.”
On Thursday, August 22, an LGBTQ-activist filed two applications to hold the very first LGBTQ Rally in Kazakhstan. Rémy Bonny had an exclusive interview with the applicant. While having huge economic developments in the metropolitan areas, Kazakh people experienced a crack-down on human rights in recent years. If the rally would go through, it would … Continue reading LGBTQ-activists want to hold first ever rally in Kazakhstan
This morning, the Polish police arrested a 51-year-old woman suspected of desecrating the image of 'Our Lady of Częstochowa'. The police found the image on the streets in Płock - a city north of the Polish capital. After an investigation they found out that the 'culprit' was living in Warsaw. "This is political imprisonment in one … Continue reading Political Imprisonment In Poland: LGBTI-Activist Arrested