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Memorial mural inaugurated on #IDAHOTB in Brussels

Ihsane Jarfi Brussels mural

From Brussels Time Several hundred people took part yesterday in a silent march to commemorate the murder of Ihsane Jarfi, whose death in 2013 was seen as the first clear case of a homophobic hate crime in Brussels. The ceremony also included the inauguration of a gable-wall painting of Ihsane (photo).The occasion coincided with International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. …

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Riot Creates Special ‘League of Legends’ Icon to Celebrate IDAHOTB

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from May 17 is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOTB), and “League of Legends” developer Riot Games is releasing a special in-game icon to celebrate. The icon, available from now until the end of May, depicts a rainbow of poros, the cute furry creatures found on the “League of Legends” map. There’s also a special rainbow …

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Cuba goes all out in IDAHOTB celebrations


A report from the Washington Blade by Michael Lavers HAVANA — The transgender actress Daniela Vega who starred in “A Fantastic Woman” on Saturday participated in a march that commemorated the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia in Havana. Daniela Vega was sitting next to Mariela Castro, the daughter of former Cuban President Raúl Castro who directs the country’s …

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Indian TV celebrities stand in solidarity against discrimination on IDAHOTB

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From International Business Times   International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB) is celebrated around the world each year to bring attention to the discrimination and violence LGBTQ people still face, as well as to recognize advancements in LGBTQ equality. At least 75 countries criminalize same-sex relationships and in up to 10 countries same-sex conduct may be punishable by death. …

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Small gay rights IDAHOTB rally held in Tbilisi amid fears of violence

guerilla rallye Tbilissi

Report by Eurasianet The original reports contain more pics and videos, not reproduced here Activists ceded the streets to homophobic priests and neo-Nazis. Giorgi Lomsadze May 17, 2018 Gay rights groups in Georgia called off a planned rally on May 17 after threats of violence, but individual activists still came out to rally. (Photo: George Gogua) Gay rights groups in Georgia …

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