The sixth-ever International Day Against Homophobia is held on May 17 — but not many people in Poland will take notice. Here, homosexuality is often still seen as a disease for which one needs treatment. The Catholic Church has set up psychological support groups for gay people who want to “get back on the right track” and an association in the south of country even offers special “therapies” for several months. An AFPTV report.
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