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Queer and trans liberation organizations from nearly 20 countries across Europe and beyond are calling on global LGBTQIA communities to take a stand for Palestinian human rights and boycott the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Israel. 

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In the early morning of June 28, 1969, trans and queer people took the streets of New York City fighting police violence and harassment in their communities.

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I am a queer Palestinian who has been working tirelessly over the last decade for sexual and gender diversity, as well as LGBTQI visibility in Palestinian society.

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Tourism to Israel fell again in 2016, continuing a negative trend that began with the 

January 27, 2017
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Queer activists and allies gathered outside the Vancouver Queer Film Festival (VQFF) screening of “The Invisible Men”, carrying sparkly signs and handing out pink informational leaflets to festival patrons.

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Twenty Palestine solidarity activists briefly interrupted the screening of The Invisible Men at the Roxie Theater on Saturday night to protest the San Francisco LGBT International Film Festival's r

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“We’re drawing attention to Israel’s use of LGBT rights as a propaganda tool to justify apartheid policies and the occupation of Palestinian territories,” said QuAIA spokesperson and longtime gay rights ac

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Marc Almond has canceled performing in Israel. Almond's statement was released on the official website and can be viewed by going to the "News" section on that site.  PACBI welcomes any cancellation to perform in Israel regardless of the stated reasons.  The statement reads:

"Unfortunately, Marc has had to withdraw from the concert in Tel-Aviv, Israel on 14 May 2011.  Marc would like to make it absolutely clear that this is not for any political reason.  We are very sorry for any inconvenience to fans who have bought tick

May 12, 2011