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Anti-gay marriage protest takes place in Puerto Rico

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  1. Hundreds of anti-gay homophobes march through the capital of Puerto Rico.

  2. Jock S. Trap 15 Apr 2013, 11:38am

    Hundreds isn’t exactly a threatening message isn’t it?

    However it is telling how the religious would rather people were not protected against discrimination and even worse violence just because a person or couple happens to be gay.

    It’s shameful that still men in religion call the shots of the over ego’s they live their lives by.

    Unacceptable that human beings and human rights are yet again be campaigned against in favour of a tier system of belief that some humans are worth more than others. They are not. Time to end discrimination.

  3. Robert in S. Kensington 15 Apr 2013, 12:06pm

    Puerto Rico, a commonwealth of America is one of the most homophobic places I’ve ever visited back in the early 90s. I had to cut my holiday by three days, originally meant to stay for five days and returned to the UK. The catholic cult of course is very active in this protest.

  4. I agree with Robert Kensington. PR is completely homophobic; don’t bother going there.

  5. What do you expect? A totally brainwashed religious population stuck in the past. Avoid like the plague.

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