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Caribbean islanders worried Elton will turn them gay

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  1. How bizarre. Has he added group hypnosis to his repertoire.

  2. Well I had a crap day at work and needed a laugh, thank god I read this story. What an utter load of bollocks…..what level will the church stoop to next in attacking gays? They are in the gutter now, there isn’t much lower for them to sink!

  3. You say: “Up until now it is believed that no-one has been turned away for these reasons. There is also no law criminalizing sexuality once on the island.”While there is no law criminalizing homosexuality; sodomy carries a 25-year prison sentence. See:http://rgd.legalaffairs.gov.tt/Laws/Chs.%2010-13/11.28/11.28.htm: ” 13. (1) A person who commits buggery is guilty of an offence and is liable on conviction to imprisonment— (a) if committed by an adult on a minor, for life; (b) if committed by an adult on another adult, for twenty-five years; (c) if committed by a minor, for five years. (2) In this section “buggery” means sexual inter course per anum by a male person with a male person or by a male person with a female person.”

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