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A group of politicians have accused the popular football game of violating the country's anti-LGBT 'propaganda' laws.

Russian MPs call for FIFA 17 to be banned over rainbow kit

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Malta is the first country in Europe to ban conversion therapy

Malta passes law to jail any 'doctor' who attempts to prescribe 'gay cures'

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Sussex Police have donated £500 to help fund the Trans Alliance’s Trans Day of Remembrance event.

Police provide cash for Trans Alliance organisation in Brighton and Hove

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The Brighton & Hove World AIDS Day (WAD) Partnership have organised a series of events to mark World AIDS Day on December 1.

World Aids Day 2016 – diary of events

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Thousands took to the streets of Hong Kong for its annual pride parade.

Thousands call for equality at Hong Kong pride

attitude.co.uk
Stonewall's chief executive says fans are starting to understand that homophobia "is not an ok part of football culture".

Premier League backs LGBT rainbow laces campaign

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Texas Senator Konni Burton has fled a legislation that will force school employees to 'out' LGBT students to their parents.

Texas Lawmaker proposes new bill to force teachers to ‘out’ LGBT students to parents

attitude.co.uk
I’m trans. I’m not fashionable and neither is my identity. It has never been more apparent how unfashionable it is to be me.

Don't tell me being transgender is fashionable

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Community groups invited to bid for a grant to put Pride in our cityFor one weekend every year, the city is taken over by a sea of rainbows. From the parade watched by tens of thousands through to the festival in Preston Park to the street party in St James’ Street, the whole city comes together to…

Community groups invited to bid for a grant to put Pride in our city – Brighton & Hove Pride

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George Montague, 93, who is working to get apologies instead of pardons for as many as 65,000 other gay men, spoke about his life experiences.

He Was Convicted for Being Gay. 42 Years Later, He Wants an Apology.

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