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  1. paul j stein
    May 8, 2010

    Well, the current POPE was a NAZI YOUTH. Not a far stretch to see his support for assault,violence,suppression of anything not related to the (PRO)creation of more Catholics to then send cash to the Vatican. Humans will breed like rats if left to do so. The POPE want as many as possible to be Catholic.

  2. Uki
    May 8, 2010

    Wow…just wow…..Now THIS is what I call gay pride.

  3. TampaZeke
    May 8, 2010

    Sadly there were probably two gay people in the anti-gay fascist groups, hurling insults and smoke bombs, to every one gay person in the pride parade.

  4. Burr
    May 8, 2010

    What’s with those signs? Are those open safety pins? What’s the symbolism?

  5. Guffey
    May 8, 2010

    The “Russian-language news report” site has a larger version of this pic. On several signs, above the safety pin, it reads “Be Open”. Interesting.

  6. Pilis
    May 9, 2010

    Baltic pride was successful despite the fierce oposition. You can find some more photos at Gayline.lt article as well as some videos here.

  7. Timothy Kincaid
    May 9, 2010

    As a Christian, reports like this make me sick:

    Protesters carried crosses and signs and shouted insults at rally participants. A Catholic Mass at the nearby national cathedral was held to pray for homosexuals.

  8. Aaron
    May 9, 2010

    I agree Timothy.

    I thank God that Molotov Cocktail didn’t light.

  9. VapoRob
    May 10, 2010

    Wouldn’t it be great if those 400 brave brothers and sisters of ours marching for equality over there could come march in one of our parades over here together? Wow what a block party it would be. I was at the San Diego pride of 1999 when tear gas was set off at the parade. There were families and kids at that pride who were affected as well. I feel for them having to live in a country that has more hatred then our closeted bigoted homophobes that we have here.

  10. Grant
    May 10, 2010

    Bless those brave LGBT sisters and brothers in Lithuania. What courage it must take. I am humbled by their strength and tenacity.

  11. Audrey the Liberal
    May 10, 2010

    What are the safety pins for?

  12. TampaZeke
    May 11, 2010

    Audrey, see Guffey’s comment above.

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