#Queer rights in Georgia

Transgender employee attacked in Spar supermarket in Tbilisi

The incident is the third attack on an employee of Spar in Tbilisi in the last two months after a 20-year-old cashier was murdered in December.

Transgender employee attacked in Spar supermarket in Tbilisi

The incident is the third attack on an employee of Spar in Tbilisi in the last two months after a 20-year-old cashier was murdered in December.

Homophobic protesters attack filmgoers at Georgian film premiere

Protesters threw firecrackers and attempted to storm the cinema at the Georgian premiere of Swedish-Georgian co-production And Then We Danced.

Homophobic protesters attack filmgoers at Georgian film premiere

Protesters threw firecrackers and attempted to storm the cinema at the Georgian premiere of Swedish-Georgian co-production And Then We Danced.

Georgian ultraconservative groups vow to prevent queer romance film premiere

The Georgian premiere for Swedish–Georgian co-production And Then We Danced is scheduled for Friday. 

Georgian ultraconservative groups vow to prevent queer romance film premiere

The Georgian premiere for Swedish–Georgian co-production And Then We Danced is scheduled for Friday. 

Georgian archbishop accuses Patriarch Ilia II of ‘pederasty and sodomy’

The accusations have sent shockwaves through the Georgian Orthodox Church and the country.

Georgian archbishop accuses Patriarch Ilia II of ‘pederasty and sodomy’

The accusations have sent shockwaves through the Georgian Orthodox Church and the country.

Council of Europe ‘concerned’ over Georgia’s queer rights record

The CoE Committee of Ministers noted the government’s failure to uphold the rights of queer people, including over Tbilisi Pride. 

Council of Europe ‘concerned’ over Georgia’s queer rights record

The CoE Committee of Ministers noted the government’s failure to uphold the rights of queer people, including over Tbilisi Pride. 

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