An LGBT-free zone is an act by a Polish municipality, powiat (county), or voivodeship (province) declaring their respective regions as free of "LGBT ideology". While unenforceable and considered primarily symbolic, activists say the declared zones represent an As of 2019, being openly gay in Poland's small towns and rural areas "[takes].
The attacks on gay rights have replaced rhetoric against migrants.
last month's gay Pride march in the northeastern Polish city of Bialystok, ahead of elections amid 'gay-free' zones and Pride march attacks.
People took part in a gay pride parade in Warsaw, Poland, on June 8. It brought thousands of people to the streets of Warsaw at a time when.
Activists say anti-LGBT sentiment has been growing across Poland following a pro-LGBT declaration in Warsaw. Dozens of regions have.