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Opinion | Queer rights are being weaponised by Armenia’s counter-revolutionaries

In a last-ditch attempt to regain support, Armenia’s corrupt former ruling class have joined with an odious crew of far-right and homophobic forces.

Opinion | Queer rights are being weaponised by Armenia’s counter-revolutionaries

By Anna Zhamakochyan

In a last-ditch attempt to regain support, Armenia’s corrupt former ruling class have joined with an odious crew of far-right and homophobic forces.

Opinion | Kashia doesn’t need support, queer people do

After abuse over his rainbow armband, Guram Kashia received an outpouring of support. Now it’s time for queer people to receive the same support.

Opinion | Kashia doesn’t need support, queer people do

By Dato Parulava

After abuse over his rainbow armband, Guram Kashia received an outpouring of support. Now it’s time for queer people to receive the same support.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Five data points about homophobia in Georgia five years after a homophobic riot

By CRRC

Five years after a homophobic riot in Tbilisi, CRRC examines the levels of homophobia in Georgia.

Opinion | To answer Georgia’s homophobia we need a more united front against hate

Queer rights activism has come a long way in Georgia, but faced with rising homophobia, cooperation within the movement is crucial now more than ever.

Opinion | To answer Georgia’s homophobia we need a more united front against hate

By Natia Gvianishvili

Queer rights activism has come a long way in Georgia, but faced with rising homophobia, cooperation within the movement is crucial now more than ever.

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