Turkey Bans Pride March — It Happens Anyway

Turkey Bans Pride March — It Happens Anyway

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Last month was Pride month around the world — and countries all over celebrated. Even some countries you might not expect, like Ukraine or Turkey — even if the Turkish one wasn’t official or sanctioned by the government. We take a look at that and more in our look at what Pride looks like around the world!

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