Ban on ‘Post-gay and proud’ bus adverts upheld in London court

Last year, pedestrians were able to see on the sides of London’s famous double-decker buses the slogan, “Not gay! Post-gay and proud. Get over it.” The ad campaign was an answer by Core Issues Trust to previous campaigns by the homosexualist lobby group Stonewall that said, “Some people are gay. Get over it!” as well […]

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La Cour européenne impose l’adoption homosexuelle.

Grégor Puppinck, Directeur de l’ECLJ, Docteur en droit. Strasbourg, le 20 février 2013. La Cour pose le principe que l’adoption des enfants du partenaire de même sexe doit être possible lorsqu’elle l’est au sein des couples de sexes différents, quitte à évincer le parent biologique. Son raisonnement peut être ainsi synthétisé : Si la femme avait […]

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British psychotherapist blames churches for not saying that homosexual behaviour is a sin

Lesley Pilkington is a psychotherapist in the UK who is currently facing professional discipline for her efforts to offer therapy to people with unwanted same-sex attraction after being the subject of an undercover” sting” by a homosexual activist and journalist. The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy found her guilty of professional misconduct and ordered […]

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EU funding of homosexual lobby with pedophile links questioned

Members of the European Parliament have started to ask questions about why taxpayers in the European Union are being forced to finance a giant homosexual lobbying group with past links to organizations promoting paedophilia. Researchers using publicly available data found that the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association-Europe (ILGA) received more than two-thirds […]

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ECHR: no freedom of opinion, but jail for critics of homosexuality?

A recent decision by the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights confirmed that, in Sweden, critics of homosexuality risk being sent to jail. In the case Vejdeland and others v. Sweden (Appl. No 1813/07) the applicant, together with three other persons, went to an upper secondary school (gymnasieskola) and left in or on the pupils’ […]

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Has the International Lesbian and Gay Association become an unofficial EU Agency?

Received from a well informed friend: I have looked into the financing granted by the European Commission to ILGA-Europe between 2007 and 2011. ILGA is an international gay rights lobby, which organises LGBT manifestations and promotes an extremist agenda (full recognition of same-sex marriage everywhere around the globe, adoption rights for gay people, social benefits […]

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UK Christian manager demoted for not backing same-sex ceremonies in churches

Adrian Smith, a 54-year-old Christian property manager of a housing trust was found guilty of “gross misconduct” after he called allowing same-sex ceremonies in churches “an equality too far” in a comment thread on his own Facebook page only accessible to his FB friends. Mr. Smith had responded to a BBC news item about a […]

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Special “Sex-free” passports for UK transgenders

Due to pressures from Liberal Democrats, the UK Home Office is considering changing British passports to allow transgender people to opt out of identifying themselves as male or female and avoid problems at passport control after sex change operations. Besides “male” and “female,” the proposed system will allow a category for the small minority of […]

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Non-scientific, ideological notion of “gender identity” promoted at the European Parliament

Following a statement by Lady Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, a motion for a resolution “on human rights, sexual orientation and gender identity at the United Nations” is being promoted in the European Parliament. Based in the contention that the European Union already includes sexual orientation and […]

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Croatia: a bumpy road to the European Union

Croatia was allowed to join the European Union on July 1, 2013. But the massive protest of the local population during Split’s Gay Pride Day last weekend shows that the country is not prepared to accept EU ‘s anti-family, pro-homosexual agenda nor the counter-values enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights imposed by the Lisbon […]

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