2020/08/30 Anti discrimination march

“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.

“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.
“No more!” – anti-discrimination march of LGBTQ+ members & supporters walked through Warsaw’s city center to end up at the Presidential Palace. Freshly re-elected President, Andrzej Duda, made anti-LGBT rhetorics vital part of his campaing (naming them “ideology, not the people”) – accompanied by ruling party Law & Justice and Catolic Church officials. Since the campaing homophobic attacks arise all around the country.

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