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When I declined he shrugged easily, then as we passed a series of craggy hilltops he began pointing out the spots where gun emplacements once rained shells on the valley. Summer of 2001, bumping along a gravel road east of Sarajevo, I stopped for a willowy young guy in a sky-blue T-shirt. Even before Damir got into the car I was pretty sure I had his number.

He’d been beside me only moments before we were deep into the give-and-take that would or wouldn’t end in consummation.

The following notice from 2007 was posted on the ILGA website about Logos–however, none of the website addresses are correct and we are trying to find active sites.

“Organisation Logos has issued the Baseline Study on Faith-based Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Challenges of Non-patriarchal Approaches and Communities, which deals with the complex and vehement issue of place and treatment of LGBTIQ persons in the religious communities present in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Islam, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.).

They said dozens of men attacked participants of the festival in front of the city’s Academy of Fine Arts.

A foreigner and journalists were reportedly among the injured. “When I was getting out of the academy, I was suddenly struck in the back.

Homosexual sex was decriminalized in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBi H) in 1996 and in the Republika Srpska (RS) in 1998, by those two entities adopting their own criminal laws.

It is not clearly defined what the terms ‘sexual expression’ or ‘sexual orientation’ mean.

Despite decriminalization, this Law which forbids “every encouragement and advocacy for national, racial or religious hatred”, it still does not explicitly forbid hate speech based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

From their website: “Organization Q works for the promotion and protection of the culture, identity, human rights and support of LGBTIQ persons; elimination of all forms of discrimination and inequality based on sex, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression and intersexual characteristics.

Our vision is a society in which all persons live free from fear of themselves and of those who are different; a society which, through all of its segments, improves human rights and accepts and respects diversities of human sexuality.” They are actively engaged in public and private pro-active rights projects such as Pride festivals, parades (attempted), lobbying strategies, photo exhibitions, health and education seminars, participation in research, parties, and more. Organization Logos was initially registered at the end of 2005 under the name of the Initiative for Visibility of Queer Muslims (IIVQM), but shortly after changed its name to Logos and re-registered in 2006.

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