Brazil: A million signatures against homophobia

Thiago Velloso [pt] publishes the banners for the 13th Gay Pride Rio, which takes place on October 12, and provides info regarding an online petition hosted by the No To Homophobia website in support to the bill that criminalizes homophobia in Brazil. “A million signatures is expected. Do your bit.”


  • Luana

    I think that its not right to criminalize the homophobia.Its totaly wrong!Now what?all the people in the world will HAVE TO and be force to like homosexuals?No,thats a dictatorship,what CANNOT NEVER HAPPEN its to beat in homos,to judge em in a bad way,to put them down in the society just because they are homos,to put them away from the society because of that,to think that they are not humans(as many do),because they are humans just like everybody else,so they have to be respected!BUT if someone has some sort of PHOBIA,that the problem of who has.As the same way that some people have phobia of foreings,blacks,poors, mentals, prostitutes, SPIDERS,all are the same think ARE phobias!So why the homosexuals are always wating and demanding special treats huh? Thats not fair, and this petition will NOT pass.

  • Hello Luana

    I think you are a bit confused: we are talking about human beings here, not spiders. You may not “like” a person because of their sexual choices, but that does not give you the right to advocate against them, try to limit their right to love whoever they want. It is all about love, love people and treat them respectfully, the way you would like yourself to be loved and respected, regardless of the personal choices you take, and have every right to pursue your own personal choices, in life. Put it like that, and it is easy to understand!

    Love, not war!


  • No Need

    Homosexuals are already allowed to “love”, homosexuality is not forbidden in Brazil.
    There is no need of laws about it, unless homosexual militants want the totalitarian “right” to censor and punish people who don’t think the way the gayzists impose.

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