Hours to stop this new “don’t say gay” law

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This Thursday, January 15, Europe will vote on whether to denounce a new anti-gay bill advancing in Kyrgyzstan. If passed, anyone could be thrown in jail for saying something deemed “too gay”. Now a Kyrgyz politician even called for all gay and lesbian people to be publicly executed.

Europe gives hundreds of millions in development funding to Kyrgyzstan. If the EU protests the anti-gay law, politicians in Kyrgyzstan will take note. This could be enough to stop the law.

The vote is in just one day and a key member of the European Parliament has agreed to deliver our petition to the Parliament just before the vote. Sign to call on Europe to denounce this new anti-gay bill.

via Hours to stop this new “don’t say gay” law.

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An end to gay ‘cures’ is possible – take action now | All Out

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“I can’t believe 95,000 people signed my petition! If the World Health Organization speaks up tomorrow, we could end gay ‘cures’ in China for good. Let’s keep it up!” Xiao Zhen – gay ‘cure’ survivor

In 24 hours the World Health Organization is gathering thousands of doctors and officials to help stop suicide among vulnerable groups – including lesbian, gay, bi and trans people.

Major health associations have confirmed these sham ‘cures’ harm people, and could lead to suicide. What if the WHO took this meeting to call for a ban on gay ‘cures’ once and for all?

Here’s the plan: if thousands of us flood WHO’s inbox with messages before the meeting tomorrow, we can push them to call for a ban on gay ‘cures’ in front of the whole world. Follow the link below to send a message to WHO before the conference starts.

via An end to gay ‘cures’? – All Out.

This man survived a gay ‘cure’ clinic in China – All Out | Petition

“I was electro-shocked at a gay ‘cure’ center in China. Doctors hypnotized me and said they would ‘shock the gay’ out of me. In families like mine, being gay is still seen as something that can be cured, and scam clinics prey on that fear.

Now, I want my friends, my family and everyone in China to understand that being gay is normal. If we get the World Health Organization WHO to join in and speak out against gay ‘cures’, it could create a perfect storm.

It could help convince officials to finally ban these dangerous gay ‘cures.’

via This man survived a gay ‘cure’ clinic in China – All Out.