LGBT-free zone  

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An LGBT-free zone is a region declared to be free of "LGBT ideology". As the result of an act by a Polish municipality. powiat (county), or voivodeship (province)L

While unenforceable and considered primarily symbolic, activists say the declared zones represent an attempt to stigmatize and exclude members of the LGBT community.

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