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Tel Aviv Gay Pride March: Guest photo blog

Among whispers of pink-washing, and a fraught, sometimes violent history surrounding gay display in Israeli cities, Eyal Warshavsky provides a guest photo blog of last Friday’s Gay Pride March in central Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv Gay Pride 2011 – Images by Eyal Warshavsky

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