LGBT Italians Protest in 63 Cities to DemandProtection from Violence

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10/19/2020

Protestors in 63 Italian cities have come together with 24 organizations to demand LGBT+ people receive protection from violence. Meanwhile 69,000 people from Italy and all over the world have signed a petition asking the Italian parliament to approve new legislation against homophobia, transphobia and misogyny. The protests over the last few days have included Italy’s most famous cities, such as Rome, Milan, Naples, Pisa and Palermo. However, LGBT+ people and their allies have also taken to the streets in smaller towns and cities too, including Agrigento, Pescara and Lecce.

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