페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-03 22:20 조회13회 댓글0건
d the organizing committee for the Korea Queer Culture Festival since 2010.? The highlight of the day came as the participants began to 4.5 kilometers march in central Seoul following 11 decorated trucks. They danced to K-pop music blaring from floats, cheering at the performers on the trucks and waving rainbow flags along the way. Many same-sex couples were seen engaging in public displays of affection. ?쏧t 롤듀오 is the happiest day of the year. I can be the real me here and we can stand in solidarity,??said a 27-year-old woman who gave only her surname, Lee. ?쏧 hope more people can participate in this festival to support us.?쏧 hope same-sex marriage can be legalized here like Taiwan and an anti-discrimination act can be enforced,??said Lee, who has been in a hidden relationship with her girlfriend for two years and has not yet come out to family and friends.As they marched, curious spectators lined the route, snapping pictures and taking videos. ?쏧 came here to see what it is like. It is not negative at all as anti-gay protesters describe. It was impressive that the participants here were passionately speaking out for themselves,??said a 26-year-old woman who gave only her surname, Min. Those who were still exploring their sexual 롤듀오 identity also attended the festivities.?쏧 don?셳 know who I am yet. I am figuring it out. For me, the pride parade is freedom -- freedom to be who we are without caring about what others think of us,??said Ji Yeon-ju, 23, a university student.?쏶exual minorities are not people who 롤듀오 need help and sympathy (because of who they are). I just want to be there for them, accepting them as they are,??said Ji, who attended the para
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