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In the early 1990s, barely two dozen people in Ankara and İstanbul got together and guessed maybe that was the right time to get organised to counter the oppression and the violence on grounds of their sexual orientations and gender identities. Today, there are numerous LGBT organisations all around the country, and tens of thousands march every year for their human pride and dignity. Today, two political parties from the Turkish Parliament supports LGBTI rights explicitly, there is widespread acknowledgement among the rights based civil society, and the approach of the mainstream media shifts to positive rapidly.

 

 

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