Freedom Of Speech
A recent EU declaration supports claims of discrimination against Christians.
At a BBC Question Time on gay marriage, the wrong answers met with alarming hostility.
A British MP is going to table a bill in the House of Commons this week which seeks to protect “conscientious beliefs about the definition of marriage”. The bill, being introduced by Edward Leigh, will seek to amend equality legislation to protect free speech. Among other things, it addresses the perceived threat to teachers and public workers who might find the Government’s attempt to legislate for a redefinition of marriage.
A New Zealand website, Protect marriage, is hacked to pieces the first day it went up.
Brazil's debate on homosexuality confronts society there with two issues of paramount importance: one is the prevailing conception of what it is to be a human being; the second is the issue of freedom of expression. In addressing these debates in a shallow way, Brazilian media has done a disservice to society, especially to the group most exposed to the news: homosexual men and women who consider their sexual orientation an issue.