Two years ago, the Polish town of Krasnik, like many other municipalities in Poland, declared itself an LGBT-Free Zone. Krasnik has paid a heavy financial and reputational cost. A sister city cut off relations. Millions of dollars in foreign aid disappeared. The town has become "a synonym for homophobia," the mayor says. "We have become Europe's laughingstock." The mayor wants the anti-LGBT resolution repealed.
Openly gay Cezary Nieradko said the town pharmacist refused to fill his prescription for a heart medication.
PiS chairman Jaroslaw Kaczynski alleges that LGBT ideas are "weakening the West." One wonders if he has heard of Michelangelo, George Cukor, Martina Navratilova, Douglas Murray, Sappho, or Gerard Manley Hopkins.
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