Main | Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Russian Orthodox Church Calls For Nat'l Ban On "Homosexualist Propaganda"

Emboldened by this week's action in St. Petersburg, the Russian Orthodox Church has issued a call to extend that city's ban on "homosexualist propaganda" to the entire nation. The anti-gay Life Site News reports:

“The law passed in St. Petersburg will help protect children from information manipulations by minorities promoting sodomy,” said Dimitri Pershin, a Russian Orthodox priest and expert with the State Duma Committee on Family, Women, and Children, in an interview with the Russian news agency Interfax. "The persistence of sexual minorities and their intention to rally near children’s establishments indicate that this regional law is highly needed and should be urgently given federal status,” Pershin said, referring to homosexualist activist Nikolay Alexeyev’s stated intention to organize rallies near children’s establishments to protest the new law.

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