Gay Friendly Germany - - Magazin | Up Front -

Li­ma, Ju­ne 29, 2013: mem­bers of the Mov­imi­en­to Ho­mo­se­xu­al de Li­ma (MHOL), an LGBTI or­ga­ni­sa­ti­on foun­ded in 1982, du­ring a spec­ta­cu­lar ac­tion at Gay Pri­de. At the far right of the sign, you can re­ad, “My li­fe is va­luable.” Whi­le ho­mo­se­xua­li­ty has be­en le­gal in Pe­ru sin­ce 1924, so­cie­ty in ge­ne­ral re­mains in­to­le­rant. An­ti-dis­cri­mi­na­ti­on laws pro­tec­ting se­xu­al mi­no­ri­ties or the op­por­tu­ni­ty for ci­vil part­nerships do not exist. By the way, the first gay pri­de pa­ra­de in the Pe­ru­vi­an ca­pi­tal took place in 2002.

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