In Europe’s Closet: the rights of sexual minorities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

@article{Guasti2020InEC,
  title={In Europe’s Closet: the rights of sexual minorities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia},
  author={P. Guasti and Lenka Bu{\vs}t{\'i}kov{\'a}},
  journal={East European Politics},
  year={2020},
  volume={36},
  pages={226 - 246}
}
ABSTRACT This article explores the mechanisms of accommodation and backlash against a new identity group in the Czech Republic and Slovakia—LGBT. Minority demands spark political backlash because societal consensus lags behind the actual accommodation of sexual minorities. The legal framework of the European Union and international pressure groups further accelerate the process of accommodation and polarisation. Yesterday’s accommodation in Western Europe is today’s demand in Eastern Europe… Expand
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