by Chris Black
>In June 2021, Hungary’s parliament passed a law banning content that could be considered to “promote homosexuality and gender change”.
>The law applies to any content seen by people under 18.
>The content in question includes: School materials, Children’s books, Television shows
>Only groups officially approved by the Government would be able to teach sex education.
>The EU Commission says the law infringes many EU rules, including the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
🇭🇺 BREAKING: The @EU_Commission has announced it will sue Hungary over its anti-LGBTQ+ law.
⚖️ This is the first time in history that the EU has taken a member state to court over an LGBTQ-related issue.
🇪🇺 Here's what you need to know. 👇 pic.twitter.com/1mS3tI7bDM
— Openly 🏳️🌈 (@Openly) July 15, 2022