Posts by Michaela Krejcova

Scenes from IDAHOT 2015 around the world

May 18, 2015

This Sunday, thousands of advocates and LGBT allies from around the world celebrated the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia in an attempt to draw the attention to the viole

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May 18, 2015

What's happening to LGBT people in Europe?

Was anti-LGBT discrimination and intolerance always the case in Eastern and Central Europe? We found two major reasons and motivations behind the anti-gay tendencies swiping throughout the European continent.Read More

May 12, 2015

#May17Because advocates are taking action in over 120 countries

In Africa, None on Record, a digital media organization that works with LGBT communities across the African continent and in the Diaspora, has produced a video series featuring LGBT youth and allies from all across the region. Read More

May 11, 2015

#May17Because intersex children do not need your interventions

According to Advocates for Informed Choice, a nonprofit organization advocating on behalf of intersex children, an estimated one in 2,000 babies is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy and/or chromosome pattern that doesn’t seem to fit typical definitions of male or female.Read More

May 10, 2015

#May17Because I refuse to remain silent in the face of injustice against LGBT people

The United Nations Human Rights Office will release an inspiring new video, highlighting the diverse roles played by LGBT people around the world. Read More

May 9, 2015

#May17Because bisexuality is not a choice.

Portrayed over and over again as indecisive, in turmoil, or attention seeking, bisexual people around the world need understanding, acceptance, and support. Read More

May 9, 2015

#May17Because there is no fear in love.

As opinions have shifted in the general population, so have the opinions of the people of faith.Read More

May 7, 2015

#May17Because we live in a world where 81 countries outlaw same sex relationships.

Being LGBT is illegal in 81 countries, and in at least eleven of them punishable by death. Read More
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