Polish ruling politician Jarosław Kaczyński confirmed during a meeting of his party Law & Justice (PiS) that LGBTQI (in)tolerance will become the main election campaign theme. "It's all about election strategy", according to political scientist Rémy Bonny. (This article has a copyright disclaimer - see below) "The vice-president of Warsaw has made it clear - … Continue reading Polish leader to LGBT+ and supporters: “Hands off our children”
In an interview with the public broadcaster Russia 1, Tamara Pletneva said homosexuality is a disease. According to Political scientist Rémy Bonny: “This interview is a good example of Russia’s homophobic discourse”. The head of the State Duma (the Russian Parliament) Committee on Family, Women and Children Tamara Pletneva believes that homosexuals “should be treated.” … Continue reading Russian MP Responsible For Family, Women & Children: ‘Gays are sick’
A pattern of cooperation to increase the reach of homophobic discourse can be seen.
'An Attempt To Genocide Should Be On The Agenda Of The Security Council' - Rémy Bonny.
The Netherlands-based organisation LGBT World Beside wants to collect as many money as possible to support Chechen refugees who fled to Europe. Political scientist Rémy Bonny spoke with their leader.
A queer interpretation of the manifestos of the 3 Biggest Political Parties in Hungary.
Rémy Bonny had two exclusive interviews with witnesses of the most recent gay purge in Chechnya.
Comments on the ruling by political scientist Rémy Bonny
This year was for me the year I started to focus entirely on my interest. I started to meet so many inspiring LGBT+ people. Therefore I listed the 10 most inspiring LGBT+ groups and/or persons I met in 2018. Vitalina Koval, Ukraine At the rainbow crossing between the HQs of the European Commission and the … Continue reading My 10 Most Inspiring LGBT+ of 2018
BUCHAREST - Searching for the entrance to the building, I discover a half vowed rainbow flag dangling in the front garden. It is the entrance to the headquarters of Romania’s main LGBTI-organisation: ACCEPT. The frayed flag couldn’t embody the political situation for the LGBTI-community in this post-communist country more. Florin Buhuceanu welcomes me very warmly … Continue reading HIV-epidemic: Something from the past? Not in Romania!