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Tel Aviv Protestors March Against Gay Surrogacy Ban

Tel Aviv Protestors March Against Gay Surrogacy Ban

LGBTQ+ couples won’t have access to surrogates.

Israel, which is known for being a country with a thriving queer community - especially in cities such as Tel Aviv, passed a law today excluding gay people from using a surrogate. The decision caused citizens to act: People came out in opposition to the law by protesting with rainbow flags in Tel Aviv.

"The Knesset [the Israeli government] launched a war against the gay community today, and the community will fight back," a protestor told "The prime minister's smiling face while he voted for hatred [...] against the gay community shows his huge disconnect with the government."

You can see protestors chanting and wearing their rainbow flags as capes in Tel Aviv streets:

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