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Hong Kong: Why IDAHO but not Gay Pride?

Categories: East Asia, Hong Kong (China), History, Human Rights, Law, LGBTQ+, Protest

An article at inmediahk.net about the history of organizing International Day against Homophobia (IDAHO). According to the writer (a lesbian activist), HK gay activists organized the event in 2005 as a response to the homophobic mobilization against the legislation to stop discrimination against sexual orientation. The gay and lesbian movement is more reactive than proactive, gay pride is yet to be an agenda (zh). [1]