May 132013
Mai beim Marsch gegen Homophobie in Havanna

Around 500 people are gone in the Cuban capital Havana for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) rights on the road. In advance of the international day against homophobia on 17 may, the demonstrators moved on Saturday with flags and banners through the city centre. The Director of the National Center for sex education, Mariela Castro, called for an open dialogue within the Cuban society and a struggle against prejudice.

The daughter of President Raúl Castro said at the beginning of the demonstration, family law must be changed, and recognition of same-sex couples. She was confident that the Cuban Parliament soon will advise on an appropriate reform, said Castro, is the even members.'

Hundreds of Cubans marched for gay rights - gays and lesbians - › policy

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