Tension over gay rights moves to fore in Polish election

In this Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019, photo, Adam Juda, a Polish man who was beaten brutally in the street and believes it is because he is gay, holds up a selfie he took right after the attack, in Warsaw, Poland. Activists say reports of that kind of attack are up in Poland, where months of anti-gay rhetoric by politicians and church leaders in the lead-up to Sunday's parliamentary elections have created an atmosphere that’s increasingly hostile to the LGBT community.

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