Comisario de policía, gay y activista LGBTI: una triple resistencia en Brasil
Suspenden a policía por describir a sospechoso como gay - Homosensual
By Guy Faulconbridge. MOSCOW Reuters - Gay and lesbian activists eluded Russian security services in a five-hour game of cat and mouse on Saturday to hold the first gay protest in Moscow not to be broken up by riot police. They said the subterfuge was needed to avoid a repeat of the violence seen in previous years when Moscow police, nationalists and ultra-Orthodox believers broke up similar protests. Police arrived soon after the brief protest, which the city of Moscow had refused to permit, but the activists scattered. Homosexuality could be punished with jail terms in the Soviet Union and though Russia decriminalized homosexuality in , intolerance remains very widespread. Polls have shown more than 80 percent of Russians see homosexuality as immoral. Gay activists had asked Western embassies to host the protest but they said their proposal was either ignored or turned down by envoys from the United States, Canada and major European Union states.
Fuerte presencia de la Policía de Nicaragua en la marcha del Orgullo Gay
In a country where masculine values hold sway, gay recruits to Italy's police and armed forces have avoided going public about their sexuality for fear of suffering ostracism and forced transfers. That is until last week, when a group of openly gay men in uniform announced they were planning to set up an organisation to combat discrimination and that they were plotting a collective coming-out event to show Italy's police chiefs and army generals that they are a force to be reckoned with. The movement immediately found a natural front man in Fabrizio Caiazza, after it emerged the Milan traffic policeman is facing sanctions from superiors after winning a gay beauty contest. That did not square with Caiazza.
In the two weeks in which hundreds of thousands mobilized to oust Puerto Rico Gov. The chats revealed discriminatory attitudes — including homophobia, transphobia, misogyny, xenophobia and fat-shaming — and a callous indifference for the people of Puerto Rico, including the thousands who died after Hurricane Maria. Instead, they said it validated their widespread suspicions of government corruption, especially post-Maria, as well as the anti-LGBTQ attitudes of lawmakers. Martin was the subject of homophobic jokes in the leaked chats, which were written by former Puerto Rico chief financial officer Christian Sobrino. She said the crowd gathered to listen was predominantly heterosexual, cisgender people.