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Anti-gay remarks at debate spark anger in Brazil
Cat : Religion
Date : 01/10/2014                      Reader : 75

H.D.A : Jewish media are promoting gay life to humiliate religions particularly Christianity!!We are sure all humanity all over the world are against gay life.WSJ is lying to misconduct and mislead world community!!Brazil in particular,is very religious and gay remarks spark anger not only in Brazil,but all faiths and races.Sick gays like Obama,Holande,The Queen of England,Netherlands parliament,as well as French parliament are absent minded human beings who need medical check so as to live normal life according to Christ* holy messege peace be upon him!!

washingtonpost            1-10-2014

Anti-gay remarks at debate spark anger in Brazil


SAO PAULO — A minor character in Brazil’s election race faced a firestorm of criticism on Monday after saying during a presidential debate that the country needs to stand up against gay people who should receive psychological help far away from the general population.

The comments by presidential candidate Levy Fidelix, who has the support of less than 1 percent of potential voters, drew no reaction from the leading candidates during the nationally televised debate late Sunday. But online and on social media tens of thousands of people denounced Fidelix as homophobic and hateful.

“It was so absurd and so grotesque. He is a parasite on Brazilian politics,” said Beto de Jesus, secretary of Latin America and the Caribbean for the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.

Gay rights activists urged people to file complaints against Fidelix and asked that TV stations remove him from the final presidential debate on Thursday.

Fidelix, a former journalist who founded the center-right Brazilian Labor Renewal Party, gets equal airtime in presidential debates as President Dilma Rousseff, her main opponent Marina Silva and four other presidential hopefuls.

During the debate, candidate Luciana Genro asked Fidelix why some politicians refused to accept same-sex couples as families.

He responded with a vulgar statement about gay sex not leading to reproduction. “Those people who have those problems should receive psychological help. And very far away from us, because here it is not acceptable.”

He also said it was “ugly” seeing gay couples walk by on Sao Paulo’s main avenue.

Some members of the audience laughed at the remarks, but social media exploded with criticism.

Congressman Jean Wyllys, known for defending rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, said on Monday that he is seeking legal advice as to whether the candidate can be sued for incitement to violence against gays.

Wyllys called Fidelix’s comments during the debate hate speech. It was “motivated by a nauseating mix of stupidity, homophobia and vulgar demagoguery,” he wrote on his Facebook page.

On Twitter and Facebook, people said “Levy, you are disgusting,” and tens of thousands were furious at his comments. Many call for a law to punish discrimination against the LGBT.

“More than ever, we need to criminalize homophobia. The hate speech should be silenced,” wrote Genro on her Twitter account.

Advocates have been calling for a law that would ban discrimination against the LGBT community, saying it would reduce violence against its members.

Silva, the candidate, has already faced complaints by gay rights activists. In August, she retracted proposals to change the constitution to allow gay marriage and to support a law that would criminalize sex-based discrimination.

A day after launching her government plan in which the proposals were revealed, Silva said there was a mistake in the publication process and clarified that she believed the same-sex unions allowed in Brazil already ensure all rights to same-sex couples.

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