Skip to comments.A Gay-Rights Cave-In at Sochi? What happened to all that outrage?
Posted on 02/13/2014 10:56:34 AM PST by SeekAndFindEdited on 02/13/2014 11:00:57 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Over the last few months, while well-intentioned people around the Western world were protesting antigay actions by Russia, conditions for gay people in much of Africa were going from terrible to even worse. Last month, the president of Nigeria signed a law prescribing 14 years behind bars for individuals in same-sex marriages and up to ten years for members of gay organizations, and since then dozens of people have been arrested and gay-rights activists have gone into hiding. In the northern (which is to say Muslim) city of Bauchi, a gay man was whipped 20 times in a courtroom – a disappointment to the crowd outside, which wanted him to be stoned to death in accordance with sharia law.
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Hey, GLAAD, be “brave” and go have a protest in Nigeria.
The religion of peace is exempt from any liberal criticism.
It is an amazing thing. I see it quite often. They defend it at every turn.
Any gay with an IQ over 70 must be running, not sashaying back into that mean dark closet...
I think Johnny Q(Weir)'s commentary during the ice skating would qualify.
As I said, I must have missed it.
The next event I am looking forward to is curling.
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