Dutch town ends ties with Polish twin declared ’LGBT-free zone’

Dutch town ends ties with Polish twin declared ’LGBT-free zone’

A Dutch city has severed ties with its sister city in Poland after the latter declared itself an ’LGBT-free zone.’The town council of Nieuwegein voted almost unanimously to end its friendship with Puławy. The Polish town, 80 miles from Warsaw, is one of 100 that have vowed to discourage tolerance and avoid providing financial assistance to organizations working to promote equal rights.

Sandra
Sandra
Meadwolf
Meadwolf 4 weeks

From what I understand It's not gay-free. It's LGBT-free. It is not against homosexuals but against an organisation that is mired in "woke" intersectional ideology. Of course the deranged ideologues on the left won't allow that distinction. The same way they pretend there is no difference between black lives matter the statement and Black Lives Matter the organisation. The same way they pretend there is no difference between being against fascism and being Antifa.

Gareth
Gareth 4 weeks

Good on Nieuwegein - human rights should never be infringed, let alone in such a brazenly organised manner.

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