Anti-gay protesters prepare to disrupt events at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Minsk, Belarus.
"The Slavic Pride movement was founded in autumn 2008 in Minsk. The first Pride took place in Moscow on May 16 last year and coincided with Eurovision Song Contest. Moscow authorities banned the event and dozens of activists, including Peter Tatchell and Andy Thayer, were arrested by militia.
Read the live blog, it's quite enlightening. Equally interesting is the need of these anti-gay 'protesters' to try to hide their identities. There was a time when it would have been the other way around - we hid our faces, and the haters proudly displayed theirs. Those days are gone, bitches. :)This is a “blog” of what is happening in Minsk, with contributions from a number of participants – and the aim is to be as up to date as possible.All times are Minsk times (UTC +3)"
UPDATE: 5/15/2010 - Don't march and be Gay in Minsk.