Both male and female same-sex sexual activity are legal in Poland. This was formally codified inand Poland introduced an equal age of consent for homosexuals and heterosexuals, which was set at No protections for education, health services, hate crimes and hate speech exist, however.
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The spokesperson for children's rights in Poland, Ewa Sowinska, singled out Tinky Winky, the purple character with a triangular aerial on his head. Ms Sowinska wants the psychologists to make a recommendation about whether the children's show should be broadcast on public television. Poland's authorities have recently initiated a series of moves to outlaw the promotion of homosexuality among the nation's children.
During the stiflingly hot summer ofa lieutenant in the Polish army did the unthinkable — he volunteered to become a prisoner in Auschwitz. It is that of a man who of his own free will undertook a mission to expose from within the horrors of a place that has come to define human evil — and whose desperate pleas went unheard. It was during an emergency meeting that summer of the underground cell Witold belonged to in Warsaw that the audacious idea of infiltrating the camp and organising a mass escape was first raised. Witold — brave, principled and a natural leader — was the obvious choice for the task.
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By Andrew Rettman. But dodgy-looking men kept loitering outside and when the police left, KPH suffered two more attacks. EUobserver's stories on the distribution of top-posts in the European Union.
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Prev Article Read Next. A Polish bishop has defended a leading educationist dismissed for describing gay rights campaigners as "travelling rapists", and accused LGBT groups of waging a terror campaign in the traditionally Catholic country. The year-old bishop was reacting to the decision by the state-owned Copernicus University in Torun to suspend Professor Aleksander Nalaskowski, former dean of its Pedagogical Studies Centre, from his teaching post for a magazine article branding gay and lesbian demonstrators an "obscene rainbow plague", and characterising pro-LGBT marchers as "gross, fat tattooed grannies behaving as if in a porn movie". Interviewed on Sunday by Polish TV, Professor Nalaskowski blamed his dismissal on a "nightmare understanding" and said he had merely told the "truth the truth loudly", adding that he believed the aim of Poland's LGBT movement was "to destroy the Church" and "oust Christianity from national life".
So we turn into Blues Avenue, then into Suraska Street. Just before the square, we can see gangs of thugs 10 metres ahead of us, attacking people: a large guy in a red balaclava is kicking everyone in sight, including some teenage girls, with the full weight of his body. We take refuge in a pharmacy.