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Norway’s Beautiful Way To Mark IDAHOT

17th of May are known as IDAHOT, but in Norway that day is even something else as well - it's Norwegian Constitution Day too.
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The Rainbow Flag Will From Now On Be Waving Permanently In Copenhagen

Copenhagen has got the world's first permanent rainbow flag, right next to the City Hall in the Danish capital.

Tinogona or Yes We Can – Härnösand Pride Festival 2017

Härnösand are getting ready for their pride in end of August and you all are invited to pride at the gate to the high coast!

Stockholm Pride & West Pride stand together with our friends in Chechnya

The following open letters was sent last week from Haydar Adelson, chairman of Stockholm Pride and Tasso Stafilides, chairman of West Pride to the Russian ambassador in Stockholm.

Swedish Albin, 15: “Gay and the school’s Lucia – I’m writing history”

Albin Persson, 15, competed with five girls to be the school's Lucia. When the vote was counted, Albin had won. Gay and the school's Lucia and I'm writing history he said.
Tromsø Arctic Pride

Tromsø Arctic Pride – The Northernmost Pride in the World

For the third year in a row, the northernmost Gay Pride in the world takes place in Tromsø in Northern Norway. Last year’s pride was a major success with some 2,000 participants. The festival kicks off Saturday 5th and lasts till Sunday 13th of November.
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Mellerud Pride because 12 year old girls “Girl Power”

This Saturday Mellerud Pride is celebrated for the first time in the small Swedish town by the lake of Vänern.
Sápmi Pride

Success for Sápmi Pride in Kautokeino, Norway

Davvet Bruun Solbakk are very satisfied after leading Sapmi Pride through the Sami city Kautokeino in Norway. Over 150 people participated in the parade.

Controversial Sami festival poster of two men kissing “disappeared”

The poster showing two men kissing wearing traditional Sami jackets, have been removed in several places in Finnmark, Norway.
Gay Flag 2016

Sweden smallest pride started by a straight man fighting homophobia

The small Swedish coastal idyll Hamburgsund with only 900 inhabitants today celebrates Pride for the first time.
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Uganda: Police Raid Queer Kampala Film Festival

Ugandan police raided and forcibly closed the Queer Kampala International Film Festival on December 9, 2017, Human Rights Watch said today. The festival featured films and documentaries portraying the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer (LGBTIQ) people. Police offered no formal legal basis for forcibly shutting down the festival.
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Lady Portia to present on Pride World Radio

Northern Ireland’s most famous drag queen is to be introduced to a worldwide audience, after signing up for a weekly show on Pride World Radio.

How Romania became a battleground in the transatlantic backlash against LGBTQ rights

Romania decriminalised homosexuality in 2001. Today it is witnessing a backlash against LGBTQ rights, supported by U.S Christian conservatives.
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