In 76 countries worldwide being gay is still a crime, 10 of them enforcing the death penalty. While the West celebrates its growing recognition of gay marriage, countries like Russia turn against their own citizens, limiting their basic freedoms and tacitly allowing bloody attacks from extremists. The fight for tolerance is far from being over and the world needs to hear that. Prague Pride made it possible for any gay person to express freely in its 2014 parade, even if prohibited in their own country.
Categories: Corporate, Social and PSAs, Sexual HealthVMLY&R COMMERCE Worldwide, 8 years ago