By Mariya Gordeyeva. Blogger Miraziz Bazarov remains hospitalised with a broken leg, bruises and other injuries, after being beaten up last month by a group of unidentified assailants. An angry mob later attacked several young people who planned to attend an event organised by Bazarov, although it had nothing to do with LGBT issues and was devoted to Korean pop music and Japanese cartoons. Police said they intervened and prevented injuries.
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Each year we scour the web for our annual Best Websites for Writers, a comprehensive collection of online resources for writers. Year after year, we review dozens of reader nominations, revisit sites from past lists, consider staff favorites and search the far-flung corners of the web for new additions—aiming for a varied compilation that will prove an asset to any writer, of any genre, at any experience level. This selection represents our picks for the top online writing communities. These resources will provide you with great tips, advice and the support of other writers. Th e site mandates that every one of its members numbering in the thousands submit critiques, ensuring involvement in an active, vibrant community.
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The members of that community create space for relationships to grow. Data was gathered through online surveys taken by sexually experienced teens in the United States and is the first known study on the topic. Kathryn Macapagal, an author on the study and research assistant professor of medical social sciences at the Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Macapagal says gay and bisexual male teens turn to the apps to meet others in that community because they feel there are few opportunies to do so where they live.
ALMATY, April 9 Reuters - Members of Uzbekistan's LGBT community say they have been driven underground in fear of a violent backlash after a blogger and some of his supporters were attacked last month following social media posts calling for gay rallies at Muslim holy sites. Uzbekistan, for decades one of the world's most isolated countries, is trying to open its society under cautious reforms by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, who took office after the death of Islam Karimov, autocratic ruler since the Soviet era. Blogger Miraziz Bazarov remains hospitalized with a broken leg, bruises and other injuries, after being beaten up last month by a group of unidentified assailants. Bazarov, who is not gay, had posted on social media calling for LGBT gatherings at holy sites and for a new "state and gay" security force. An angry mob later attacked several young people who planned to attend an event organized by Bazarov, although it had nothing to do with LGBT issues and was devoted to Korean pop music and Japanese cartoons.