Anara had never been in love before. Their budding relationship was already the subject of whisper and rumour. A group of men who had been watching Anara from a neighbouring building invited the teenager inside for a cup of tea. Anara is not the only gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender person to fall victim of hate crime in Kyrgyzstan. This was not always the case in Bishkek.
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Corey Flintoff. Almaty, Kazakhstan's former capital, lost its bid to host the Winter Olympics. For LGBT activists, the loss was a setback. Kazakhstan lost its bid, but the effort drew attention to the problems faced by the country's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Human rights campaigners were hoping that if Kazakhstan were chosen, the country would face international pressure to improve conditions for people with different sexual and gender orientations. Tatiana Chernobyl, a lawyer and consultant for Amnesty International , says, "Now that we don't have the Olympics, we are afraid that there won't be that pressure that we could use to get some changes here. The changes that she wants include better enforcement of the country's laws to protect LGBT people from discrimination and violence.
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