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Anti-homophobia and transphobia protest takes places in Paris

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  1. …. and, yet again, totally irrational religious incitement bears the blame.

  2. Ok, what I HATE about this incidents that end up in protests and “awareness” is that I never ever hear anything about what happened to the attackers. Are they ever caught? Is there de facto impunity like in some places in the UK? Is there any attempt to target causes in a specific fashion or does this “awareness” stay general (and thus, has little potential to morph into measures).

  3. Robert in S. Kensington 11 Apr 2013, 3:11pm

    Is that all, 5000?

  4. Leigh Hamilton 11 Apr 2013, 4:31pm

    Guess I won’t be going to Paris any time soon. Shall take my tourist euros to a place that wants them.

    1. People get beat up in your own country for being gay. Do you refrain from spending money there?

      5000 people in Paris protest against equal marriage and you decide to boycott the place. Bizarre.

      The government in France is about to legalise equal marriage, it’s not exactly Uganda.

  5. What is it with the 50% who don’t approve of same sex couples adopting? If heterosexual marriages are so fantastic, how come there are thousands of children in children’s homes, or taken into care because their parents were abusive!

  6. Janet Lameck 11 Apr 2013, 11:43pm

    I absolutely HATE how these homophobic jerks put LGBT persons with pedophiles. If they’d look closely they’d find 99% of child molestation is done by heterosexuals right in their own families. That folks is INCEST and its gone on since the beginning of time, even in the Royal Families.

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