A homophobic attack on a gay couple in Holland has united the country against hate. To show support for two men who were beaten by a group of young men because they were holding hands in the city of Arnhem, straight men are holding hands in public. The idea was sparked by a journalist who suggested that all men from all walks of live show solidarity. From the deputy prime minister to construction workers, people are showing that Holland is no place for a hate crime against the LGBT community.
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