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While they are in their clubs we do not fight against them, they are not our enemies.
However once they are on the streets, they are our enemies." This opinion is more common than not in the Baltic countries where homophobia remains firmly entrenched, in contrast to Western Europe where gays and lesbians have become visible, if not fully accepted, members of society.
In 1579, Vilnius University, an important scientific and education centre on the European scale, was opened.
In 16th century, Lithuania adopted its First, Second and Third Statutes.
Well-known Lithuanian nationalists and many Catholic priests took part in the action in downtown Vilnius.
One participant, speaking out against homosexuals, said, "Of course, they will soon organise a march in Vilnius and therefore we need to ensure in advance it will not be possible.
They are the most thin of all Baltic countries, but their bodies can be boyish without any curves (their asses were unsatisfactory).
And not in Vilnius, which has currently hosted more anti-gay demonstrations than tolerant ones. Sixteen years after Lithuania liberated itself from Soviet shackles, the hardly-risque International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) announced they will hold their annual European conference in Vilnius.Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuva) is a Baltic country in northeastern Europe.