A Polish court has ordered conservative newspaper Gazeta Polska to halt the distribution of "LGBT-free zone" stickers it included in this week's issue. The stickers had caused widespread outrage, and sparked criticism from the US ambassador to Poland. A lawyer who brought the legal action on behalf of a Polish LGBT activist said the ruling meant the stickers should immediately disappear from all places of sale , the liberal Gazeta Wyborcza reported. But Tomasz Sakiewicz, editor-in-chief of Gazeta Polska, insisted the magazine had not been withdrawn from the shops.
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Malcolm Brabant Malcolm Brabant. A mob of right-wing Poles has attacked a pride march in the town of Bialystok, one of several areas declaring themselves to be LGBTQ-free. The incident represents the realization of the fears of the U. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports. A wave of hostility towards LGBTQ people in Poland has alarmed officials and led the American ambassador there to denounce conservative Polish newspapers for stoking hatred in its campaign for so-called LGBT-free zones.
WARSAW — A conservative magazine in Poland distributed "LGBT-free zone" stickers with its weekly edition on Wednesday, amid a mounting backlash against gay rights in central Europe's largest nation ahead of a parliamentary election this year. Diplomats and opposition politicians in Poland have criticized the Gazeta Polska's campaign and a major bookseller, Empik, as well as the Polish branch of British oil company BP, have said they would not carry the edition. Gazeta Polska's editor-in-chief, Tomasz Sakiewicz, said the campaign wasn't directed against any individual but against those who try to censor views that are critical of "LGBT ideology".