support LGBT rights

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  • Floats are built by various companies and organizations that support LGBT rights.
  • Awarded to businesses that support LGBT rights, started in 2007.
  • Bangladesh altogether opposed the UNFPA's idea to support LGBT rights.
  • As a result, many Antillians and Arubans do not support LGBT rights.
  • One of the few Egyptians to publicly support LGBT-rights has been Maher Sabry.
  • Hansen also criticised the conservative direction of the party, and claimed that they should support LGBT rights, same-sex marriage and Norway to enter the European Union.
  • In Belgium, while centre-right parties like the New Flemish Alliance support LGBT rights, the right-wing to far-right Flemish Interest does not.
  • Sweden has been recognized as one of the most socially liberal countries in Europe and in the world, with recent polls indicating that a large majority of Swedes support LGBT rights.
  • SNAP, the Student Network Across Pennsylvania, is an organization which brings together LGBTQA youth throughout the state to help support LGBT rights in the youth and school communities.
  • More recently, the kingdom's United Nations delegates have also opposed efforts to have the United Nations itself support LGBT rights, although this later proposal was eventually adopted by the United Nations.
  • While the Mubarak regime did not support LGBT-rights, it did not enact an obvious ban on homosexuality or cross-dressing in the criminal code.
  • Furthermore, the bill would have required anyone aware of an offence or an offender, including individuals, companies, media organisations, or non-governmental organisations who support LGBT rights, to report the offender within 24 hours.
  • During most of the rule of Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian government did not support LGBT-rights legislation at home and objected to attempts, starting in the 1990s, to have the United Nations include LGBT-rights within its human rights mission.
  • The article also questioned whether there is any need for Pride and claimed the Pride events as dangerous as it makes an 'issue' of homosexuality., Several other mainstream newspapers and media continue to publish articles against homosexuality and groups that support LGBT rights in Sri Lanka.
  • On February 14, 2011, a group of activists of the Belarusian LGBT community held the first authorized anti-homophobia rally in Belarus to support LGBT rights.
  • In sub-Saharan Africa, the government of South Africa and of Namibia are the only official entities to support LGBT rights, but even there curative rape is used against men and women, such as in the murder of Eudy Simelane, and sometimes met with police inaction and apathy.
  • Most political parties and politicians remain silent in the cause of LGBT rights but some politicians from the PDI-P (Party for the Indonesian Democracy Struggle) and the moderately conservative PKB (National Awakening Party) support LGBT rights.