During a recent match, homophobic fans unfurled a giant banner inside the stadium which read, “[Keep] Warsaw free from faggots”
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Today’s big headlines include an end to the Kevin Hart scandal (phew) and the announcement of the 2019 Grammy nominations
The Daily Sting, Tuesday: LGBT Activists Attacked With Acid in Russia, Transgender Day of Remembrance
An acid attack in Moscow has left activists in the hospital, and today marks the annual Trans Day of Remembrance
Stories about a conversation-starting ad campaign, former First Lady Michelle Obama and some potentially scary news for LGBTQ people out of Poland
A gay propaganda law similar to Russia’s is being considered by Poland’s president, and Rihanna wins her dispute over music with the Trump campaign
The flags were removed after just one day by city officials, who cited “negative comments” from passengers and drivers.
In our latest look at world news, we tip our hats to the Manchester police for being the first in the UK to take LGBTQ domestic violence cases seriously
In 2020, it’s not just the United States that’s voting for a new leader — and according to polls, Robert Biedroń could be Poland’s first gay president
Mr. Gay Europe 2017 brings delegates from all across the continent to be judged on intellect, confidence, awareness, self-esteem, looks and charm.
The small village of Bobrowniki in northern Poland has just elected its new mayor who is gay. In this country renowned for its conservative views on homosexuality, this news did not go unnoticed and many media outlets relayed the information after interviewing villagers. The mayor, Łukasz Włodarczyk, won 88% of the vote. Włodarczyk […]
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