In photos: Music, dance and rainbow flags accompany citizens in Prishtina’s center as they march for the country’s second ever pride parade on Wednesday.
As Kosovo’s LGBTQ+ community prepares to celebrate its second Pride parade on Wednesday, organizer of the parade, Blert Morina, describes balancing the scales between activism and celebration.
As the saying goes, when someone comes out, the whole family transitions. The support and love, followed by opposition and hate, are all part of this struggle.
Although Kosovo’s first pride parade occurred without any major incidents, Kosovo Police are investigating an attack and a verbal threat that were reported after the march.
In photos: Activists and allies of Kosovo’s LGBTQ community celebrate the country’s first public pride march ‘in the name of love.’