Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Putin defends Russia’s ban on youth-focused gay propaganda: ‘I believe we should leave kids in peace’

MOSCOW, September 29, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – In 2013, Russia passed an amendment to the country's Child Protection Law against "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations to minors," which also safeguards children from being adopted by homosexuals. Western governments, led by the United States, condemned the law, which has as its purpose "Protecting Children from Information Advocating for a Denial of Traditional Family Values," as hateful, bigoted, and out of step with modern societies.

The media aggressively assisted the condemnation by convincing American TV-watchers and movie-goers that homosexuality is natural and that two men "parenting" a daughter is just as good as the little girl being raised by her mother and father. Movies and TV shows made sure that casts included at least one homosexual character or couple, or episodes portrayed homosexuals as normal and well-adjusted. One popular Netflix show, House of Cards, portrayed a Putin lookalike as the Russian president, openly admitting that his propaganda law is ridiculously outdated and prejudicial but expedient politically.

On Sunday, CBS gave the real Russian president a chance to defend the law. Speaking to Charlie Rose, Vladimir Putin clarified that his country has not banned homosexuals or homosexuality, but has banned sharing homosexual propaganda with minors.  (more...)

Take that, you commie homophobe! Er, any openings at Pravda?

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