Η 17η Μαΐου είναι Παγκόσμια Ημέρα Κατά της Ομοφοβίας, της Αμφιφοβίας & της Τρανσφοβίας και οι ΛΟΑΤ κοινότητες διαδήλωσαν ενάντια στα Εγκλήματα Μίσους με βάσει τον αληθινό ή θεωρούμενο σεξουαλικό προσανατολισμό, την ταυτότητα ή/και έκφραση φύλου.
Αθήνα 17 Μαΐου, 2015.
LGBT demonstrators removed while kissing in front of the Greek Parliament.
In the aftermath of the story of Kostas and Zempi, the gay couple who was badly beaten in Athens, Amnesty International and Colour Youth Lgbtq Athens Community invited to kisses against homophobia and transphobia in the afternoon of Sunday, the 17th May, outside the Parliament. During this action the protesters were ordered by the military police to go away and not take pictures. As was to be expected there were protests because while passersby were allowed in the area, the LGBT people were not allowed . In protest for this distinction, a young protester went towards the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier shouting the slogan: "Greece - Russia - Homophobia" (referred to the oppression of LGBT people in both countries), while she was removed by police.
May 17 is the International Day Against Homophobia, the biphobia & transphobia (IDAHOT) and LGBT communities protested against Hate Crimes based on the true or presumed sexual orientation, identity and / or gender expression.
Athens, Greece, May 17, 2015.
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