The Gay Referee’s Compensation Decision Has Been Overturned

Gay, Former referee Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ had received 23,000 assignments from the Turkish Football Association, claiming they worked by gender. When the Supreme Court annulled the compensation decision, the process was repeated. The court decided to dismiss the case after the Supreme Court decided to annul it.

Former football referee Halil ibrahim Dinçdağ, a gender identity, refused to say this because the Turkish Football Association (TFF) had been processed in 2010. On December 29, 2015, the Istanbul Civil Court decided to accept partially the case and ordered the TFF to pay compensation of 23,000 lira, 3,000 lira financially and 20,000 lira spiritually.

YARGITAY SAYS HE DOES NOT PAY REQUIREMENTS

After the case was tried, the FFT lawyers and Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ filed an application with the Supreme Court of Appeals. The Supreme Court accepted the requests of the parties, ruling that the person injured by the violation of their right to privacy could request compensation and that realistic conditions should be created to request such compensation and held that the conditions the species did not occur. With the dismissal request, the case was filed in favor of TFF.

THE ASLIYE COURT OF LAW MEETS WITH THE COURT

After the decision of the Supreme Court to overthrow Halil, İbrahim Dinçdağ, who served as arbitrator for 14 years, returned to the TFF. During the hearing before the Civil Court in Istanbul, Dinçdağ’s lawyer, Fırat, said his client had violated his personal rights and asked the court to oppose the previous decision. The TFF lawyer said he demanded respect from the Supreme Court of Appeals. The court, which decided to follow the order of annulment of the Supreme Court, decided to close the case.

Source: SOZCU

LGBT Characters in Tv & Cinema

There is a remarkable change in the tv and cinema, which started for the first time in 1969 with the Stonewall uprising and which is celebrated around the world every year in June to celebrate homosexuality. Especially in recent years, criticism of racism and sexism in the cinema, which has attracted the attention of Hollywood names including Jennifer Lawrence and Daniel Raddcliffe, is paying off. Films and television productions, starring white and heterosexual male characters, now place more emphasis on LGBTI “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex”  identity roles. Even important names like Angelina Jolie (Agent Salt) and Eddie Redmayne (Danish Girl) are involved in important productions in which they portray the opposite sex. Hollywood stars, starring actresses, say that the change is inadequate, but the audience faces more roles with LGBTI identity. Here are some of the LGBTI characters that draw attention in the cinema and television …

Game of Thrones / Game of Thrones (2011 -)

Although the first LGBTI relationship in the series ended with Renly and Loras, who tragically lost their lives in season 2, it is possible to see similar preferences from Cersei.

Sense8 (2015 -)

In the series where the rainbow flag is frequently seen, the trans blogger named Nomi, played by Jamie Clayton, is just one of the many LGBTI characters in the cast.

Moonlight / Moonlight (2016)

In the film that sheds light on the life of black homosexuals, Ashton Sanders plays Chiron, a gay man. The movie was released last year and was accepted among the best movies with LGBT themes.

Orange is the New Black (2013 -)

This series, which is praised for presenting complex homosexual characters, is about the events that happen in a prison for women.

Teen Wolf / Young Wolf (2011 -)

Danny Mahealani, played by Keahu Kahuanui, is the first gay character in Teen Wolf.

True Blood (2008-2014)

True Blood is a series that is praised for presenting all kinds of characters. Lafayette Reynolds, played by Nelsan Ellis, is the most memorable LGBTI character in the series.

The Originals / Originals (2013 -)

Gay character’s boyfriend Joshua Rosza, played by Steven Krueger, plays Keahu Kahuanui from the Teen Wolf series.

Vampire Diaries / Vampire Diaries (2009-2017)

Although Lucas ‘Luke’ Parker’s character, which fans of the series expect, only appeared in 2 seasons, he is the forerunner of the current that began in Hollywood.

Carol (2015)

The film, which is about the love of Carol Aird and Therese Belivet, played by Rooney Mara and Cate Blanchett, was secular in many awards when it premiered.

The story of Handmaid’s Tale / Stud Girl (2017)

It is said that Moira’s character in this series, who has just finished his first season, will make a lot of noise.

Beauty and the Beast / Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Gaston’s assistant, LeFou, made history as Disney’s first gay character!

Danish Girl / Danish Girl (2015)

Directed by Tom Hooper and written by David Ebershoff’s painter, Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener’s life, the film earned Eddie Redmayne the first Oscar for the best actor of his career.

3 generations / 3 generations (2015)

In the film, starring Oscar winner Susan Sarandon and Oscar nominee Naomi Watts, Elle Fanning portrays a trans teen as one of the most talented actors of her generation.

Dallas Buyers Club (2013) – Club without limits

Jared Leto won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Rayon.

Grey’s Anatomy (2005 -)

Sara Ramírez and Jessica Capshaw, who played the beloved couple of Grey’s Anatomy Callie and Arizona, are among the reasons why the series is so popular.

The normal heart / resistance of the heart (2014)

Mark Ruffalo, who has peaked in his career as a Hulk in the Avengers movies, has a different role in this film about the AIDS crisis of the 1990s.

Zootopia / Zootropolis (2016)

In this animated movie, the pair of antelopes Bucky and Pronk that many people don’t realize is married and gay.

Modern family (2009 -)

It is possible that Cameron and Mitchell of Modern Family are the most popular gay couple on the screens. Funny dialogues that often stood out in the early seasons made Eric Stonestreet, who played Cameron, get the best actor awards.

This trend is gradually being felt in Turkey began in Hollywood. It is possible to find some productions of LGBTI characters like Fi, I saw the Sun and a story from Istanbul.

The movie “Sweet Things”, which will be released next week, seems to occupy a place among the productions with Turkish LGBTI character.

Gay and Lesbian couples feature in Hallmark Valentine’s campaign

Greeting card giant Hallmark has featured a gay and lesbian couple in their most recent advertising campaign for Valentine’s Day.

The campaign which asks ‘how do you know when you’ve found the one?’ features six different couples relaying their personal stories of romance and explains what it means to find your ‘person’.

The one card campaign

Sharing their stories for the camera are gay couple Robin and Jason appearing with their daughter and lesbians La Paris and Karisia

LaParis and Karisia recall the first time they met and for LaParis it was love at first sight…
“i was completely smitten by her,” says LaParis.

LaParis and Karisia

Gay husbands Robin and Jason remember the moment they frist found out they were having a baby.

“When you meet someone and fall in love it’s an exciting process. Then you have a baby and it’s almost like starting a new relationship,” says Jason.

Robin and Jason

LGBT Kids Documentary, Real Stories

From the moment we’re born, our gender identity is no secret. We’re either a boy or a girl. Pink or blue. As we grow up, most of us naturally fit into our gender roles. Girls wear dresses and play with dolls. For boys, it’s trousers and toy cars. But for some children, what’s between their legs doesn’t match what’s between their ears – they insist they were born into the wrong body. They are transgender children, diagnosed with gender identity disorder, or gender dismorphia, and their parents insist this is not a phase.

Most transgender children still live in the shadows, hiding from a world that sees them as freaks of nature. Rejected by their families, to grow up and to fall victim to high rates of depression, drug abuse and even suicide. Today, hundreds of families with transgender children – who have found each other over the Internet – are taking a dramatically different course. They’re allowing their children to live in the gender.

In this shocking yet touching film, we will follow the lives of four transgender children. We will find out how young children change their apparent gender and how many families have a transgender child.

Video Date: 2016-11-22 17:30:01
Video Duration: 00:42:28

LGBT Short Movie, Love is All You Need

R Teen bulling and teen suicide based on someone’s sexual preference – and this movie turns the tables on modern society.
WingSpan Pictures is currently seeking funding to bring it to a bigger audience. Please contact info@wingspanpictures.com to see how you can help!

Lexi’s IMDB Page: http://www.imdb.me/dibenedettolexi

Lexi DiBenedetto brings a best actress performance at the Sonoma International Film Festival. This film delivers life of those who are ridiculed, teased and bullied for being themselves. Feel the sting by writers. No gimmicky cliches, just raw emotion of a gay world. How Would You Live If You Couldn’t Love?

Date: 2012-08-16 07:34:10
Duration: 00:19:13