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Homophobic protesters throw paint at Tbilisi Pride office

Protesters have been gathering daily outside the office of Tbilisi Pride, a local queer rights organisation, for more than two weeks.

Homophobic protesters throw paint at Tbilisi Pride office

Protesters have been gathering daily outside the office of Tbilisi Pride, a local queer rights organisation, for more than two weeks.

Ultraconservative and anti-Putin protesters face off as queer activists hold impromptu pride

Homophobic group faced off against anti-Putin protesters who demanded Interior Minister’s resignation.

Ultraconservative and anti-Putin protesters face off as queer activists hold impromptu pride

Homophobic group faced off against anti-Putin protesters who demanded Interior Minister’s resignation.

Tbilisi Pride evacuates office after ‘receiving death threats’

‘I’ll cut your head off and become a hero!’, said one of the messages.

Tbilisi Pride evacuates office after ‘receiving death threats’

‘I’ll cut your head off and become a hero!’, said one of the messages.

Georgian PM says homophobia is ‘exaggerated’ following last week’s homophobic siege

Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said: ‘I don’t think that [queer rights] is a problematic issue in Georgia’.

Georgian PM says homophobia is ‘exaggerated’ following last week’s homophobic siege

Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze said: ‘I don’t think that [queer rights] is a problematic issue in Georgia’.

Opinion | Tbilisi Pride is a test for Georgia’s democracy

Politicians need to make a choice — go in the direction of Russia where queer rights mean nothing, or whether build a true western democracy.

Opinion | Tbilisi Pride is a test for Georgia’s democracy

By Giorgi Tabagari

Politicians need to make a choice — go in the direction of Russia where queer rights mean nothing, or whether build a true western democracy.

Tbilisi’s first queer pride announced for June

Organisers said they would not hold a festive march as ‘Georgian queer people have little to celebrate’ while far-right groups vowed to thwart it.

Tbilisi’s first queer pride announced for June

Organisers said they would not hold a festive march as ‘Georgian queer people have little to celebrate’ while far-right groups vowed to thwart it.

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