- 14 Sep 2010 1:00 AM
Although more gay participants hit the streets in their parade, church leaders claim that an increasing number of secular people are becoming proponents of non-gay behavior. One of the biggest concern the protesters had was that gays were being allowed to voice their pride in public places funded by what they called “ respectable people.”
They demanded in a petition that the conservative assembly laws be enforced to disallow gays from promoting themselves in public at the cost of ordinary tax-payers’ money. Gay pride has been on the march in Budapest since 1997."
By Tamas S. Kiss, published on XpatLoop.com with the permission of BudapestReport.com