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Thousands Took The Streets Of Warsaw For Equality Parade

Thousands of people took the streets of Warsaw on Saturday to participate in the 10th annual Equality Parade in support of sexual minorities in Poland.

The News.PL reports:

The demonstration by LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons) and those opposed to homophobia and discrimination marched from outside the Parliament building to Plac Bankowy, accompanied by colourful floats and blaring music.

Politicians from the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) took part as did NGOs such as the Campaign Against Homophobia, alongside families, cyclists and a group of nurses who proclaimed on one banner, ?Homophobia is curable?.

Among the demands of the demonstrators was the adopting of a law on civil partnerships, reforms in sex education in schools and a demand that the government more actively fight discrimination against sexual minorities.

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