Faces of the struggle against homophobia and transphobia

19.05.2015 - Berlin - Pressenza Berlin

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Faces of the struggle against homophobia and transphobia
Stosh Mugisha from Uganda and Alfonso Pantinsano from Germany (Image by Oliver Feldhaus)

At 17th of may, the International day against homophobia and transphobia, the LGBT activists Stosh Mugisha from Uganda, Alfonso Pantinsano from Germany and Kirill Kalugin from Russia met at the demonstration in front of the Brandenburg Gate.

Stosh had to leave Uganda after a newspaper had published his name in a list of the „Top 100 homosexuals“ and caused a real manhunt.

Kirill Kalugin, a student from St. Petersburg, raises attention again and again with courageous LGBT-activities and thereby bcomes victim of brutal homophobic violence and repression by the state in russia.

Kirill Kalugin from Russia

Kirill Kalugin from Russia

Alfonso Pantisano is a co-founder of the Berlin-based initiative “Enough is Enough”.

Oliver Feldhaus

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