Prague Pride, a week-long festival in August celebrating sexual diversity and equal rights for members of the LGBT community, has announced its theme this year will be family relations and include a poster campaign against “labelling” people.
The posters aim to show how hurtful it can be to label someone a “mama’s boy” or the “black sheep of the family”, for example. The campaign also aims to stress that everyone, not just people who identify as LGBT, are welcome at the festival, which this year runs from August 6th to 12th.
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