Thugs climb over a fence and broke into a club holding the Labrys IDAHOT celebration on May 17th in Kyrgyzstan. One member of the group was hurt and has filed charges.
About 30 members of the LGBT group Labrys were holding a private celebration behind locked doors when a thug jumped over the wall and unlocked the door. He was followed in by men who began yelling threats. One member of the Labrys was injured and has filed changes.
According to a story behind a pay-wall, the “activists” were from the public associations of Kyrgyz El Jashtar Keheshi (Youth Council of Kyrgyzstan) and Kalys (Justice) . The paper excused this violence saying that the ‘activists’ were trying to prevent the alleged marriage ceremony of a same-sex marriage. One member of the group was injured at some point. The article makes specific mention that they saw a transgender woman, possibly as another excuse to act illegally.
While same sex relationships are not illegal in all other human rights are denied, The Wiki LGBT rights Kyrgyzstan makes no mention of transgender rights .
April 2015 was firebombed, but fortunately no one was their and the attempt failed. This wasn’t the first time a meeting was illegally disrupted.. In 2012 uniformed police entered a meeting of Labrys and supporting organizations and demanded to see a passport.