A gay couple who were victims of a horrific homophobic attack on a London bus have spoken out about their ordeal. Melania Geymonat and girlfriend Chris were set upon by a gang of youths who demanded they kiss for their entertainment. The couple said their friends have now advised them to leave the UK following a rise in homophobic attacks in recent years. They started making some really aggressive comments about us being lesbians and sexual positions and making stuff with their hands. Melania and American Chris, 29, were punched and robbed on the bus in the early hours of May 30 following an evening out in West Hampstead. A chilling photograph of the pair sitting bloodied on the bus after the attack caused worldwide revulsion.
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By Amanda Woods. June 7, am Updated June 7, pm. A lesbian couple was viciously beaten on a London bus when they refused to kiss each other to entertain a gang of men — and authorities have made arrests in the case, local police announced Friday. Melania Geymonat, 28, originally from Uruguay, and her girlfriend, only identified as Chris, an American — were on their way back from a date late last month on the top of a double-decker bus when the group began to harass them, Geymonat shared in a Wednesday Facebook post.
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PARIS Reuters - The French government on Wednesday sent to parliament draft legislation that would allow in-vitro fertilization IVF for lesbian couples and single women, honoring a long-standing campaign pledge but risking a backlash from conservative voters. The bioethics bill, which would also allow women to freeze their eggs for reasons other than medical to enhance their chances of having children, is the first major societal reform by centrist President Emmanuel Macron. Even so, Health Minister Agnes Buzyn said she did not foresee a re-run of the bitter national debate that split public opinion at the time. However, the far-right National Rally party led by Marine Le Pen called for the issue to be put to referendum.