Monthly Archives: July 2010

Jerusalem Pride – July 29, 2010

The Commandment  “You shall not murder” is spray-painted on a wall leading to the Tel Aviv LGBT center where two young individuals were murdered a year ago.  A masked man entered the center and opened fire on a youth group.  … Continue reading

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EuroPride 2010 – Warsaw, Poland July 10th

Honestly, I was really looking forward to EuroPride.  It was a chance to meet up with a small group of people who have come to mean a lot to me.  Had it really been two months since Minsk and Moscow? … Continue reading

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Budapest Pride – July 10, 2010

The week before the Pride, workshops were held on different topics concerning the LGBT community.  My favorite was Hungarian photographer Judith M. Horváth’s comparison of the Roma community to the LGBT community.  Judith and her husband’s images of the Roma … Continue reading

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London Pride – July, 3rd 2010

I showed up at London Pride expecting a huge party, which of course it was.  However, I was extremely happy to see that the march is still a platform for many Human Rights groups.  I think the photographs are a … Continue reading

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Sofia Pride – June 26, 1010

I had briefly met Marko Mapkob in Athens, and he was nice enough to let us meet up with him when we came to Sofia. Local photographers opened Pride week with a gallery of photos from previous Prides.  The empty … Continue reading

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