Members of religious groups campaigning against homosexuality hold placards during a rally in Kampala, Uganda in 2007.
Israeli right wing activists hold banners protesting against the gay parade in Jerusalem in 2010.
Anti-gay activists shout slogans as gay rights campaigners held their first-ever rally in Lithuania on May 8, 2010.
An anti-gay activist shouts during the Baltic Pride march in 2010.
Mike Gaspers, of Danbury, Iowa, embraces his daughter Lara during an anti-gay marriage rally in 2009.
A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: ‘I don’t want to have daddy and daddy,’ during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10.
Members of religious organizations rally against gay marriages in front of the old Congress building in Asuncion, Paraguay in 2010. The banner reads “We want father and mother”.
Indonesian Muslims shout anti-gay slogans during a protest against Q! Film Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia. Dozens of Islamic hard-liners protested against the annual gay film festival in 2010, forcing the cancellation of several screenings.
Protesters watch as they demonstrate against the Euro Pride gay parade in Warsaw, Poland on July 17, 2010.
Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage, speaks at a rally for opponents of same-sex marriage, in Augusta, Maine. NOM is the leading national organization opposing same-sex marriage. Recently it was discovered that the organization sought to split the Democratic Party base by pitting African-Americans and Hispanics against gay-rights groups.
A woman holds a banner in front of the Congress building in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A member of the far-right group Noua Dreapta (New Right) shouts anti-gay slogans during a march against the GayFest parade in Bucharest, Romania.
Indonesian Muslim protestors of Muslim organization ‘Hizbuth Tahrir’ hold a banner reading, ‘Forbidden, Crime and Disgusting’ refering to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual associations during a protest against an eventual meeting on the issue in Surabaya in 2010.
Anti-gay activists protest against India ruling gay sex was not a crime in 2009.
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man protests against the 8th Jerusalem Gay Pride parade in 2009.
An Israeli man holds a banner protesting against the gay parade in Jerusalem.
Another woman protests the Jerusalem pride parade in 2009.
Romanian members of the far-right organization ‘Noua Dreapta’ (The New Right) march with signs reading: ‘NO to homosexual marriages and adoptions,’ in Bucharest on May 23, 2009. Hundreds of members of ‘Noua Dreapta’ marched in Bucharest to protest against a ‘Gay Parade’ scheduled on that same day.
Miss California Carrie Prejean waves as she comes on stage at the Rock Church during services in San Diego. Prejean drew attention in 2009 for her comments against gay marriage at the Miss USA pageant.
Burundians take part in an anti-gay demonstration in 2009 demanding the outlawing of homosexuality. Up to 20,000 people turned out for the government-planned protest.
An anti-gay rights activist shows a badge during a flash mob organised by gay rights protesters in St.Petersburg
Members of the Westboro Baptist Church hold anti-gay signs at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia
Malaysian Muslims hold signs against homosexuality in Kuala Lumpur.
A Malaysian Muslim student holds up placards to protest against U.S. glam rocker Adam Lambert’s concert.
Demonstrators shout slogans during an anti-homosexuality protest outside Dakar
Proposition 8 supporter Mark Wassberg carries a sign during the opening day of the Prop 8 trial in 2010.
Ugandan activists hold signs and chant slogans during an anti-homosexuality protest rally in 2010.
Activists shout slogans during an anti-gay protest in New Delhi in 2009.
Right-wing protesters salute during a rally opposing a planned Gay Pride parade in Moscow in 2007.
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