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a controversial sticker is making people from the LGBT community feel unwelcome in Poland a conservative magazine has distributed L. G. B. T. freezer and stick is with us weekly addition this week it comes amid a mounting backlash against gay rights in central Europe's largest nation the editor in chief of because I suppose Kerry explained why he wanted to release them you should have a campaign wasn't directed against anyone against any individual we want freedom of speech this was the aim of this campaign he doesn't believe critical views it should be censored but it's making people from the community feel marginalized there's been a top part though is for sure it is in the tank the attack by that medium which is supported by public funds I'm which shows there are second class citizens of course fee is L. G. B. T. people have been aware they are second class citizens because we are at the very end of the list of E. U. countries that have no regulation for the LGBT community when you were a PlayStation directly connected with us to the transmission sports last year the magazine is largely loyal to the government line and receive significantly more advertising placements from state run companies the nationalist at law and justice government has faced accusations of fomenting anti gay sentiments in recent months they've made L. G. B. T. rights a central campaign issue pitting the policy against more liberal forces in the country the stick is only upping the ante