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‘Homophobic’ Catholic chastity campaigner cancels tour ‘due to illness’ after his talks were pulled

An American chastity campaigner has pulled out of his Irish tour “due to illness” after a number of his talks were cancelled over his views on homosexuality. Jason Evert is an evangelist who promotes conservative Catholic teachings around sex and marriage. In his book Pure Manhood, he argues that “the homosexual act” is disordered and goes against God’s natural purpose for sex, which is for “babies and bonding”. The Chastity Project, an organisation Evert founded with his wife Crystalina, also says that many people who experience homosexual attractions have suffered...
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Bouncers told two men who were abused for kissing in a club that ‘homophobia isn’t a crime’

Irish bouncers told two men who’d experienced homophobic abuse for kissing in a club that they wouldn’t intervene as “homophobia isn’t a crime in Ireland”. Eoghan Ryder was supporting his friend’s show at the Button Factory in Dublin when, on the dancefloor, he started talking to and eventually kissed another man. “Innocent and harmless, right?” Ryder wrote in a Facebook post detailing the incident. “About an hour into the night, some guy comes over to us both, pulls us apart and tells us completely seriously to ‘stop kissing because we...
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Queer couples kiss outside Irish parliament to demand better hate crime legislation

LGBT+ people took part in a “kissing protest” yesterday in Dublin, outside Ireland’s parliament, to demand more robust hate crime legislation after a spate of homophobic attacks. The kiss-in protest took place just weeks after Dublin man Marc Power was violently assaulted by a group after he arranged to meet a man on Grindr. The incident was met with public outrage over inadequate hate crime legislation that fails to protect minority groups such as LGBT+ people and people of colour. Now, activists claim that there are parts of Dublin where...
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