Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Italian singer, Giuseppe Povia sings about a conversion from homosexuality: Gay activists are enraged.



Homosexual activists, enraged by Tolve's account and Povia's song, have accused Tolve of lying, and have begun a Facebook account to bring together those who wish to prevent Povia from singing at the Sanremo Festival. The organization "Arcigay" has reportedly threatened to disrupt the event.

The European Parliament Deputy claims that the song's "lyrics constitute a violation of the rights of homosexuals".

I agree with "Support the Traditional Family" the way this "violates their rights" is that the conversion is seen as a positive thing. And for someone to claim that heterosexual behavior is in any way superior to a homosexual behavior . . . well, that's just hate speech.

Read more about it over at Support the Traditional Family


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2 comments:

Pearl said...

SH, how can we get in touch with Tolve and Povia to show them support? How do words "constitute a violation of anyone's rights" unless they're violently threatening?

Secular Heretic said...

The deputy said the lyrics constitute a violation of the rights of homosexuals, but it doesn't say specifically what that right was. Perhaps it is the right to be homosexual. But if that is a right then don't you have the right to renounce homosexuality?