Lesbians protested in Budapest, Gergely Karácsony greeted them

Members of the lesbian community organized a demonstration and march in Budapest on Saturday afternoon as part of the European Lesbian Conference that took place a few days ago.

Lesbians protested in Budapest, Gergely Karácsony greeted them
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A Telex according to her report, Dorottya Rédai, representing the Labrisz Lesbian Association, spoke strongly about the child protection law, which, according to her, deterred many people from openly accepting their identity due to its stigmatizing and homophobic nature. He added,

after the law came into force, hate crimes against gays increased.

The theme of the event might have been when the representative of the Labrisz Association remarked,

they also fight for all young women who are denied the right to learn about their sexuality by the authorities.

Before the demonstration, Mayor Gergely Karácsony sent a video message to the visitors of the conference. The mayor called Budapest a diverse, inclusive and accepting city, which is home to many religious communities, nationalities, cultures, political families and all kinds of love. At the same time, he expressed regret that Hungary is seen as a homophobic country in many places.


Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.

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