Gay initiative from IKEA

IKEA has supported gay couples and same-sex marriages by stating in their ad in the United States, “All the houses are the same.”

According to News, IKEA, the furniture and appliance giant, spoke of the words “All people are equal” and said, “All houses are the same” in the US magazine ad.

The presentation by IKEA of two men of different races, namely “interracial” in the same ad, was not overlooked.

IKEA is active in many European countries and has previously published ads that support LGBTI people. IKEA advertisements in Turkey do not mention homosexuals and are not linked to the emphasis on equality.

2016 – Local News

Turkey, One of The Most Homophobic Countries Against LGBT

Association to combat child abuse and neglect: Everyone has the right to live their life the way they want.

The Association to Combat Child Abuse and Neglect, which confirmed that the march of honor was valued differently by different social classes, conducted a study to see LGBTIs from their own eyes. Turkey is currently there, but the Ottoman Empire is one of the countries with majority intolerance to the last four fathers, Sultan Abdulmecid of LGBT. For the first time in more than 150 years, the association reminds that homosexuality is a crime of being away: “We ask you because I wanted everyone’s life. He called to say at least one person in his area he has the right to live that everyone has the right to love what he wants. ”

Pointing to a family who consulted a psychologist working at the Psychological Support Coordination Center, the club asked that the “homosexual behavior” of their 15-year-old son be treated as the main reason for conducting this study. When it was said that this is not a disease and therefore it is not possible to treat it, the mother said: “If your son says cancer, he can accept it. But it is not possible to accept what he says. Let’s go to another specialist. ” and the family separated.

The research work prepared by the association includes numerous articles, international research work and expert opinions as follows:

“We wanted to go abroad first. In the decision of the governor of the State of California,” studies on the treatment of homosexuals are prohibited because they have no scientific and medical basis. “Homosexuals are all murdered 24 hours a day in Brazil, where there is the greatest participation in the March of Honor in the world, while the rainbow-colored flags of religious terrorist organizations are hanging in front of a police station in the United Kingdom to represent solidarity with Iraq, Syria, Libya One of the questions asked to measure tolerance for homosexuality in an international survey conducted by the Netherlands was “No.” 85% of the answers in our country were “No.” Other than that “No” reasons, although “Yes” is the main common characteristic of those who say that an LGBT has been granted, that they speak or have worked together, according to this study, Turkey is one of the most intolerant countries in the world against LGBT.

“Abdulmecid had banished homosexuality from the crime”
Some of the countries in the same category as our country; Zimbabwe, Ghana, Morocco, Rwanda, Iraq, South Korea. Homosexuality is a crime in almost all of these countries. Abdulmecid, the father of the last four sultans in our country, had banished homosexuality from the crime more than 150 years ago.

According to the International Association of Lesbians and Gays, the number of LGBTI people worldwide is just under 3,000 million. “Gays are inferior to pigs and dogs,” he said. “We love the Creator for the Creator,” said Zimbabwe. Should the geography in which Yunus Emre grew up fall into the same category? Should the geography in which Mevlana Celalettin Rumi grows grow together with the Middle East countries where they marry using violence to correct homosexuals, where lesbians are raped, and the police and militia who take up their duties, not as Crimes apply? Law?

AYM: “Deviant” is hate speech, it is a crime
Given that the Constitutional Court has ruled that a “dissenting” discourse is contrary to the Constitution and is considered a hate speech crime. The State Council found that the layoff of the gay teacher was illegal and decided in favor of the teacher. A delegation from the Supreme Criminal Court sentenced the murdered father to life in the head of his 17-year-old homosexual son and uncle, who he instigated. Memoranda of Understanding; Instead of “sexual preferences”, we had prosecutors who could print the phrase “sexual orientation”.

While it can copy examples, our country; How true is it in the same category as countries like Rwanda and Ghana? Of course, our country and the world today weren’t easy on LGBTI rights. Especially those working in the entertainment industry became very violent and jobs were ransacked.

The general expectation, of course, is not that a governor will join the Pride March and hide a rainbow flag in his hand. However, tens of thousands of people are taking part in this march, a

Protests at The Screening of the Gay Love Movie in Georgia

There were clashes between hundreds of far-right protesters and policemen who protested against the film on a gala night in Tbilisi, the capital “And then we danced”, which talks about the love of two ballet dancers in Georgia.

On Saturday, police said 25 people were arrested as a result of the clashes. According to reports, a young woman and two police officers who watched the movie were injured.

Protesters who burned the rainbow flag of LGBTI people in front of the cinema threw smoke bombs and cartridges at the entrance of the hall when they blocked the streets of the cinema.

Tina Yukhutashvili, 22, told Reuters: “It’s not normal for me to need police protection to go to the movies.”

“And then we dance,” a joint production of Georgia and Sweden, was shown at many festivals, even in Cannes.

The film, which is much appreciated by critics and film screenings at festivals, is officially nominated for an Oscar in Sweden.

As for the movie “This is my love letter to Georgia,” the first movie tickets in Georgia sold out a few days ago.

Akin said it was “absurd” for people who wanted to see a movie have a chance in relation to the protests. In a statement after the protests, he said: “Appreciate all the brave people who watch the movie.”

The movie, which was released in several halls in Georgia, sold out a few days ago.

However, the Orthodox Church and far-right groups in the country made statements condemning the film on the grounds that the film “offends their beliefs and values” and announced that they would organize protests.

In some rooms, it was noted that church officials prayed at the entrance.

2019 – BBC

She Changed Her Mind About Marriage Equality

CDU President and Federal Defense Minister Annegret Crump Carrenbauer, who announced in 2015 that she was against marriage equality, has changed his mind.

Carrenbauer said at an event organized by the Gay Association initiative as part of the CDU: “Getting married is not a problem for me and everyone. Everyone was married and legally accepted. Now it’s done. In this case, a bath joke against homosexuals made by Carrenbauer in the past months was also mentioned.

Carrenbauer spoke about the toilets that men and women had used at a festival that had previously taken place in Berlin. “For men who don’t know whether to sit or stand with them,” these words were considered offensive to homosexuals. Karrenbauer has been sharply criticized on social networks.

Gay changed his mind about marriage

Carrenbauer spoke at an initiative event that his joke had been misunderstood and distorted. Carrenbauer said that he was not gay: “I am known to the public as a good Catholic. But I’m not blindly tied to Papa. If it were, I would not advocate women being priestesses. Carrenbauer also took many photos with members and managers who are known as homosexuals in the CDU.

Annegret Kramp Carrenbauer, who previously stated that he was against a gay marriage, was elected “Queen of Homophobia” in an investigation by the Enough, Enough Gay Rights Group.

 

13.09.2019 – HRT

This Procedure Can Help Trans Men “One Day”.

A 36-year-old man who was born testicular in Belgrade received a testicular transplant from his twin brother to help his body produce his own testosterone and sperm. Both of them now have a testicle and the recipient’s testosterone level is normal.

Doctors say that in such third surgeries around the world, trans women with their testicles can be applied to transfer men.

Dr. Miroslav Djordjevic said that since both men have the same genetic makeup, drugs that suppress the immune system are not necessary to prevent their bodies from rejecting tissue. He says that if the donor is a foreigner, he can have surgery after a drug transplant to prevent his body from rejecting foreign tissue.

Although it is rare for a man to be born without a testicle, Dr. According to Djordjevic, testicular transplantation can also be used on “accident victims, injured soldiers, cancer patients” and trans men.

Dr. Djordjevic, the rejection of donor tissue there are many reasons He also said: “He developed a surgical plan to transplant a penis into an anatomically female body. To the New York Times According to him, he is considering starting these operations for a few years. “

Gay Friendly Safest Countries For LGBT Travelers

Attitudes towards lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender travelers (LGBT) around the world can vary widely in many countries. However, if you prepare well and research your destination before you go, you won’t have any problems.

1. NORWAY

Norway ranks first among the countries that grant everyone the same rights. Nature activities are paramount when you are looking for bars and cultural events Oslo It can be found in big cities like Bergen and Trondheim.

2. PORTUGAL

In 2010 Portugal became the sixth European country through the legalization of gay marriage. Although there are some prejudices against LGBTs, the Algarve’s major tourist cities like Lisbon, Porto and Faro, Lagos, Albufeira and Tavira have a dynamic gay scene with gay bars, nightclubs and beaches.

3. BELGIUM

Brussels is the LGBT capital of Belgium. All important sights are in the city center, directly behind the town hall. Gay marriage and adoption are legal in Belgium. This explains why homosexuals like to live in Brussels. It is easy to find LGBT facilities in the city as they use Rainbow Day.

4. UK

It is one of the most inviting countries in the world. Twelve different festivals take place here every year. You will find up to hundreds of queer pubs and gay-friendly hotels here.

5. FINLAND

Finland is a country where you do not experience discrimination. When you’re here Companies that accept LGBT + people You can browse.

6. France

France. The largest country in Europe offers everything from mountains to beaches, breathtaking cities and vibrant gay culture. For your evaluation I’ll leave you a great site.

7. CANADA

Canada has long supported the LGBT community and has been the fourth country to legalize same-sex marriages nationwide since 2005. It’s no surprise that some of the world’s largest and most famous LGBT events take place in the country every year.

8. SPAIN
Ibiza Gay Beach Club

In rural areas, homosexuals are rather inconspicuous, but more open in cities. There are quite a few gay places in Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Sitges, Torremolinos and Ibiza.

9. SWEDEN

Sweden has hosted Europride three times in three years, both in Stockholm and Gothenburg. ÜNo matter where you are in the country, no matter where you come from, what you love or your interests, it is a place where you are really welcome.

10. Malta

Malta, a small island nation, is a great Mediterranean destination for gay travelers. The popular gay club chain AXM has a franchise here in the lively city of Saint Julian. You can find most gay locations here.

11. NEW ZEALAND

Gay tourism in New Zealand is not as highly regarded as in some other developed countries, but the LGBT communities in Auckland and Wellington stand out. The adoption of gay couples was also legalized in 2013.

12. NETHERLANDS

The Netherlands was the first country to legalize marriage in 2001. You can always feel safe when you live and travel in the Netherlands. However, you can still be discriminated against in some segments. Apart from wolf whistling, nothing violent happens to you.

13. DENMARK

If you are on your way to Denmark, remember that Copenhagen is the LGBT + friendly city. We can say that almost every hotel is LGBTQ friendly.

14. SOUTH AFRICA

The South African Constitution is one of the few countries in the world that explicitly prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation. Despite the constitutional freedom, it will take some time before society changes in the direction of acceptance of the conservative sections. South Africa travel guide

15. IRELAND

Ireland allowed homosexuals to marry in 2015. Traveling to Ireland is usually easy, regardless of your sexual orientation or identity, you can walk safely on the streets.

16. AUSTRALIA

There are many options in Australia, from first-class beaches and unspoiled nature to a sophisticated food and beverage scene and vibrant cities. LGBT + travelers can be assured of a warm welcome.

17. URUGUAY

Uruguay is considered the most LGBT-friendly country in Latin America. It was the first Latin American country to recognize homosexual unions in 2008, and gay marriage was legalized in 2013. Throughout the country LGBT friendly companies I suggest you check the list.

18th ICELAND

If you want to see the Northern Lights, you have to come here. A country against discrimination that protects homosexual rights.

19. COLOMBIA

Colombia is one of the most popular places in South America and the capital is home to an ever-growing gay scene.

20. AUSTRIA

Austria is a country with a breathtaking alpine landscape and a world-famous musical heritage. The gay community in Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck is more. , places You can browse.

 

Relationships Between Gay Couples Can Be Stronger

According to a new study, two thirds of gay couples who adopt pets, especially dogs and cats, have a closer relationship. The study examined lap dogs and their owners’ romantic relationships. He found that 56% of couples with dogs spend more time together.

“Having a dog is like raising a child”

As a result of the questions asked to the study participants

They share responsibility in the relationship
To have more understanding
As the number of pairs increased, the details appeared.

The research also offered some drawbacks to owning a pet.

There are discussions about who will have the pet after the separation
If a third of the couples own a dog, someone always prefers to stay at home.
He explained that some couples lost weight in their sex lives.
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LGBT People Must Not Be Invisible In The Media

Ruby Rose has highlighted the importance of LGBT people in the media in supporting young people at the GLAAD Media Awards.

During her acceptance speech for the Stephen F Kolzak Award, Rose said she knows too well the sense of yearning young people have for characters they can relate to in television. And she is grateful that she is now part of a show that gives others hope and inspiration.

“I’m just so blessed to have experienced both sides of this journey. To have searched endlessly for…someone I can relate to on TV – and then coming full circle and being in a show that I know has done the same thing for so many people.”

“I truly understand how important it is that we are not invisible. That young people everywhere can turn to the media and be included. Not treated like they do not or should not exist.”

Rose praised the work of GLAAD for its tireless efforts in the media.

“Slowly but surely, year after year, I’ve watched the world change, and it’s evolving. And we’ve come such a long way. And that is because of GLAAD. GLAAD was there pushing the studios to do better, demanding that the LGBT community be represented.”

Taylor Swift presented Rose the award, which is presented to an LGBT + “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender +” media professional who has made a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance.

Here’s the winners from the 2016 GLAAD Media Awards

• Vanguard Award: Demi Lovato 

• Stephen F. Kolzak Award: Ruby Rose 

• Outstanding Reality Program: TIE: I Am Cait and I Am Jazz 

• Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series: Bessie 

• Outstanding Drama Series: Sense8

• Outstanding Spanish-Language Television Interview: “Orientación sexual y acoso escolar” Realidades en Contexto 

• Outstanding Film – Wide Release: Carol 

• Outstanding Comedy Series: Transparent 

• Outstanding Documentary: “Kumu Hina” 

• Outstanding Daily Drama: The Bold and The Beautiful

• Outstanding Music Artist: Troye Sivan, Blue Neighbourhood 

• Outstanding Comic Book: Lumberjanes, written by Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh 

• Outstanding Talk Show Episode: “Janet Mock” Super Soul Sunday

04 APRIL 2016 – GNN

UK’s First LGBT TV Channel Starts Broadcasting

Britain’s leading LGBT + television channel starts broadcasting. The channel will be available in the Greater Brighton area via Freeview 7 and Virgin Media 159 next month
Britain’s leading LGBT + news and entertainment broadcaster starts broadcasting. The channel will be available in the Greater Brighton area via Freeview 7 and Virgin Media 159 next month.

In addition to news and documentaries on the broadcaster, LGBTI films from around the world are shown and queer filmmakers are provided with a platform.

“I am delighted to have spearheaded one of the most exciting developments in British television,” said TV host Sophie Cook on the stage in question. It is a real opportunity to change people’s lives. We want to entertain, educate and inspire our audience. ”

In addition to a weekly news and talk show called Beyond the Rainbow, Cook will also prepare documentaries for the broadcaster.

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20.01.2017

Speaking With a Gay Man On Tv Show, Sentenced to Prison

TV presenter Mohammed el-Gaiti in Egypt was tried and sentenced to 1 year in prison for interviewing a gay man on his show last year.

A Giza court also fined El Gaiti, who he found guilty of “promoting homosexuality” on his LTC television channel, and sentenced him to $ 167 for good work.

In the program, gays with dull faces learned that they lived like prostitutes.

Homosexuality is not explicitly defined as a crime in Egyptian law, but the authorities are putting more and more pressure on LGBTI people based on the laws of “common morals”.

Individuals suspected of consensual homosexual relationships are often detained and charged with “immorality” or “insult to religion”.

El Gaiti created a program that led to his conviction in August 2018, and he was tried by the complaint of Samir Sabri, a lawyer known to have filed hundreds of lawsuits against them, accusing famous names of immorality.

The guest of the television presenter, who has repeatedly expressed his anti-homosexual opinions, says in the program on the case that he “regrets” his sexual orientation and explains the difficulties of his life as a sex worker.

The Supreme Council for Media Publishing, which controlled the media in Egypt after the broadcast, issued a two-week ban on the channel for “violating professional rules”.

Will follow for 1 year

Samir Sabri, a lawyer, accused presenter El Gaiti of “revealing that money can be made through homosexuality,” the state-controlled newspaper El Ahram said in a statement.

In addition to imprisonment and fines, the court decided that Gheity would be monitored for one year after his release.

Gheity can appeal this decision and be released on bail until his appeal is completed.

Media monitoring in Egypt banned homosexuals from appearing in the media after the rainbow flag was unveiled at a concert in Cairo in 2017.

This was followed by a period of repression, when dozens of people were arrested, putting human rights organizations on their feet.

The authorities regard the 1961 Prostitution Act as a basis for reprisals.

In this law, the crime described as “immoral immorality” is used against persons suspected of having consented to homosexual relations.