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Succubus Mariela gets the attention she craves

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As expected, King Raul allowed his daughter, the Infanta Princess Mariela to lead her anti-homophobia parade through the streets of Havana.

Talk about distractions and smoke-and-mirror tricks.

As Austin Powers might say, "Yeah, baby, groovy.... shag-a-licious....these are real reforms for sure."

Unfortunately, most of the world will agree with Austin Powers, even though this 'demonstration' was nothing more than a calculated, state-sponsored rally designed to draw attention away from other monstrous human rights abuses.

If they could have gotten away with it, the leaders of the island prison would have hung all the Ladies in White by their ankles and beaten them as piñatas all along the parade route.

Cabrones.

Cubans march against homophobia in Havana

Hundreds of Cubans have staged a protest against homophobia and for gay rights, in the capital, Havana,

The march was led along Havana's central streets by Cuban gay rights campaigner Mariela Castro.

Ms Castro is the head of Cuba's National Sexual Education Centre - an organiser of the march - and daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro.

Before Raul Castro came to power in 2008, no gay rights marches had been allowed in Cuba.

Forming a long line and dancing the conga, the marchers wound their way through Havana. Many were carrying rainbow banners and chanting "Homophobia, no! Socialism, yes!"

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