Poland's first openly gay lawmaker, Robert Biedron, right, and first transsexual lawmaker, Anna Grodzka, center, took seats in the front bench of the parliament in Warsaw, Poland, Wednesday, March 6, 2013 to protest recent anti-gay remarks by former President Lech Walesa. Biedron and Grodzka usually sit in the third row, but their parliamentary floor moved them to the prestigious front row in a sign of support for them. Walesa said last week that gays belong in the back rows of Parliament, or even “behind the wall.” Sitting at left is Leszek Miller. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

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Poland's first openly gay lawmaker, Robert Biedron, right, and first transsexual lawmaker, Anna Grodzka, center, took seats in the front bench of the parliament in Warsaw, Poland, Wednesday, March 6, 2013 to protest recent anti-gay remarks by former President Lech Walesa. Biedron and Grodzka usually sit in the third row, but their parliamentary floor moved them to the prestigious front row in a sign of support for them. Walesa said last week that gays belong in the back rows of Parliament, or even “behind the wall.” Sitting at left is Leszek Miller. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
Poland's first openly gay lawmaker, Robert Biedron, right, and first transsexual lawmaker, Anna Grodzka, center, took seats in the front bench of the parliament in Warsaw, Poland, Wednesday, March 6, 2013 to protest recent anti-gay remarks by former President Lech Walesa. Biedron and Grodzka usually sit in the third row, but their parliamentary floor moved them to the prestigious front row in a sign of support for them. Walesa said last week that gays belong in the back rows of Parliament, or even “behind the wall.” Sitting at left is Leszek Miller. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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