The Impossible Parade

Proudly walking until
the anti-lgbt law changes

campaign against homophobia

32 nfts against
32 'lgbt-free zones'

In 2022 we organized 32 virtual parades

In 2022 we organized
32 virtual parades in
32 towns with
so-called anti-LGBT

The NFT collection created to fight
against anti-LGBT resolutions in Poland.

Help us fight the spread of homophobia and transphobia in Poland using innovative technology!

In June 2022, KPH supported by 180heartbeats + Jung v Matt organized 32 marches in the metaverse. The virtual parades passed through towns and cities where local authorities had passed the so-called anti-LGBT resolutions.

Augmented reality and the digital world provided an opportunity to demonstrate freedom and equality in places where LGBT+ people don't have full rights.

As part of the next edition of THE IMPOSSIBLE PARADE campaign, We decided to deepen virtual activism by creating a collection of 32 NFTs with unique characters from the metaverse marches.

The unique virtual tokens were put up for sale on the OpenSea platform. The first virtual tokens went into the wallets of celebrities such as Justin Biber, Gwyneth Paltrow, Madonna, Serena Williams, and Shaquille O'Neal.

THE IMPOSSIBLE PARADE is now an NFT collection of characters. Those non-exchangeable tokens were created to help LGBT+ communities in the fight against homophobic communes. Each metaverse-designed character represents one LGBT-free zone where virtual parades have taken place.

How to get an NFT?

Tokens from THE IMPOSSIBLE PARADE have been auctioned on the OpenSea platform.

Each metaverse character, designed by 180heartbeats + Jung v Matt, represents one LGBT+ -free zone where virtual parades took place last summer.

To purchase the NFTs collection, you need to follow these 3 easy steps.


Create or log in to your
account on OpenSea.

Search for The Impossible Parade collection.

Bid on the NFT of your choice.


The more shares and resales of NFT, the more local initiatives supporting acceptance in Poland. Kazik has already succeeded! We believe that NFT from THE IMPOSSIBLE PARADE will give another impetus to the discussion on equalizing minority rights in Poland.

4 facts about Anti-LGBT resolutions in Poland
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The first anti-LGBT resolution was adopted in 2019 in Świdnik (Lubelskie Voivodeship).

At its peak, LGBT-free zones, i.e., places with anti-LGBT resolutions or Self-Government Charters of Family Rights, covered 1/3 of Poland.

LGBT+ people living in LGBT-free zones have suicidal thoughts more often than those living elsewhere.

In 2021, the European Parliament, in response to "LGBT-free zones," declared the entire EU, which includes Poland, an "LGBTQI freedom zone."

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The New York Times
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Donate KPH by traditional bank transfer
to the following account number:
35 2130 0004 2001 0344 2274 0001
Transfer title: donation
Campaign Against Homophobia Association
Al. Jerozolimskie 99/40, 02-001 Warsaw
IBAN: EN 35 2130 0004 2001 0344 2274 0001

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