Last weekend a parade in Warsaw drew over 20,000 people, including two government ministers for the first time. #EuropeNews

  • AutoTL;DR@lemmings.worldB
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    24 days ago

    This is the best summary I could come up with:


    Parades have been taking place in Poland during Pride month as organisers call for LGBTQ rights to be expanded in the largely conservative and mostly Catholic country.

    Pride parades in Poland have traditionally been more of a protest event than an opportunity to party, as they are in some of Europe’s more LGBTQ-friendly cities.

    The index takes into account the legal, political and social environment for LGBTQ people in each country in Europe.

    Under the slogan “Equality is Now” the parade organisers say that Poland should recognise same-sex marriage, introduce an anti-hate speech law to protect the LGBTQ community from discrimination and exclusion.

    Equality minister Katarzyna Kotula from the Left party of the government’s current coalition has said that progress towards introducing same-sex civil partnerships for the first time in Poland had been made, however it has to be approved by other members of the coalition, including the centre-right Polish People’s Party.

    But Poland’s new government led by Donald Tusk has promised to improve LGBTQ rights, although it has yet to pass any legislation.


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  • kora@lemmy.blahaj.zone
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    24 days ago

    After extensive research, I slaved over this code I’ll share in case anyone else was somewhat confused.

    istrue(20,000 > 10,000,“GayMaths”); display(istrue);

    And I checked the Polish-Support docs, in case anyone was also thinking it strange, but I can’t read it, so who knows ¯\(ツ)