Photos: Kiss-in rallies across the globe to protest Russian anti-gay law
Over the weekend, kiss-in protests took place around the globe in dozens of cities to rally against a Russian anti-gay law introduced in June.
According to organisers, 50 cities took part around the world. Revellers gathered with placards, and same-sex couples kissed in protest against the Russian law passed in June, which bans the promotion of “non traditional” relationships.
Here are just a few of our favourite photographs from around the world.
Berlin’s invitation to the kiss-in event
A couple kisses in a Moscow street
A sign outside of the Russian Embassy in Antwerp
Revellers gather in Munich for the rally
Protesters hold placards at the Paris protest
A sign featuring Vladimir Putin at Berlin’s kiss-in
A couple kiss under a rainbow umbrella at London’s rally
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A couple kiss in Prague
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