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Over 100 celebrities join campaign against homophobia in Taiwan

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From Focus Taiwan Taipei, May 10 (CNA) More than 100 Taiwanese celebrities, including pop divas A Mei (張惠妹) and Jolin Tsai (蔡依林), have joined an international campaign against homophobia and transphobia in support of same-sex marriage. A total of 115 entertainers recently posed individually for photos holding rainbow placards to show their support for the cause. The photos will be …

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Rainbow lights will Illuminate Brisbane landmarks

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For the first time for IDAHOT, Queensland Parliament House will join other Brisbane landmarks, and be floodlit in rainbow lights displaying the six colors of the rainbow flag – the international symbol of pride for the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) communities. It’s anticipated that approval will be granted for Brisbane City Hall to again host the rainbow …

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First public flashmob held in eastern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia

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Since this year Ukraine hosts the Eurovision Song Contest many local LGBT groups wanted to raise visibility on local LGBT issues in the Country, including our friends at Gender Z who held their traditional rainbow flashmob to celebrate IDAHOT  2017. However, unlike previous years this year’s flashmob was the first time held outside, in a central place in Zaporizhia. Gender Z’s supporters came …

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Asia-Pacific regional forum will celebrate family diversities

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The inaugural Asia-Pacific Rainbow Families Forum will hold several events over 2 days to coincide with The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) global 2017 theme focus issues being on “families”. The forum will raise awareness of the existence of rainbow families in the Asia-Pacific region and highlight the importance of family support. Personal experiences from Australia, China, …

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Rainbows and Pride over Bangkok

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From Kao Sod BANGKOK — Powerful stories, LGBT luminaries and fabulous events are coming to the capital with the return of an annual event dedicated to celebrating gay pride and ending discrimination. Next week is IDAHOT, an event known less concisely as the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. On May 17, the LGBT community and its friends will …

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