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Friday, February 13, 2009

Are you "homophobic?"

Brazilian Government Says 99% of Citizens Are "Homophobic" and Must Be Reeducated

By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman, www.LifeSiteNews.com

The Brazilian government has determined that 99% of its citizens are "homophobic," and therefore must be reeducated, according to the Brazilian newspaper O Globo.

The results are taken from a study that tested for "homophobia" by asking people to comment on such statements as "God made men and women with different sexes so that they could fulfill their role and have children." The 92% of Brazilians who agreed partially or completely with the statement were labeled "homophobic."

Another test question for "homophobia" was, "Homosexuality is a sin against the laws of God." Fifty-eight percent of Brazilians agreed.

Those who agreed partially or completely that "Homosexuality is an illness that should be treated" (41%) were also labeled "homophobic," as were those who objected to homosexuals kissing and hugging in public (64%).

According to O Globo, Brazil's federal government will use the data "to plan new policies, and warns that it has now detected a dark consequence of so much prejudice: intolerance." The study was performed by an organization linked to the socialist Labor Party, which currently occupies the nation's executive branch and predominates in the legislature.

Read full article here.

From Kingfisher:

Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines homophobia as an "irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals."

Do you think there is a disparity between the actual definition of homophobia and the Brazilian government's definition? Do you think homosexual activists in our country are trying to redefine homophobia in this way?

1 comment:

  1. Oh for Pete's sake. Seriously? Because someone believe homosexuality is a sin, they must be homophobic? Yes, Kingfisher, I absolutely think there is a disparity between the actual definition of homophobia and the Brazilian government's definition. I hope the good, faithful Brazilian people will stand up in outrage over this twisted and erroneous conclusion.

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