Live Out Loud Protest | Cape Town | 18 July ’12

Yesterday a group of about 100 people marched through Cape Town CBD on Nelson Mandela’s birthday to speak out against hate crimes against LGBTI people and to query government’s lack of condemnation for Patekile Holomisa, an open homophobe who is on the Constitutional Review Committee and believes the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, intersexed or queer people should no longer be protected by the South African Constitution. Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012Live Out Loud Protest Cape Town 2012

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