Fr. Kyuregh Talyan, Parish Priest of the St. Katoghike Church of Jrvezh (Kotayk region) is strongly convinced that the propaganda of homosexuality must be banned in Armenia given its possible harmful effects on the young people.
The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney says he is "deeply sorry" for a letter signed by 34 church schools that argued for the preservation of laws giving them the power to discriminate against gay students and teachers.
“ILGA-Europe are demanding a swift response from national authorities in Armenia”
The political opposition used the conference as a political weapon against Pashinyan, and organizers lamented the indifference of the police after they received threats.
We are deeply distressed and disappointed that political violence, death threats, and vandalism directed at LGBTI people are constituting a genuine threat to the safety of our participants.
“This is the most humiliating moment of my career,” the headmaster of Shore, Dr Tim Wright, told Guardian Australia. “I love the school. I love the boys. I feel I have let them down. I am sorry.”
Heads of Sydney’s Abbotsleigh and Barker College say letter was misreported but apologise for the hurt it caused
Angry Anglican school alumni are planning protests and signing petitions decrying their former principals' decisions to campaign for the preservation of powers that would let them discriminate against gay staff.
Dan Tehan says government will get balance right in protecting freedom of religion and preventing teachers from being discriminated against
Open letter from 34 Anglican schools reveals the list of principals who want to keep laws that allow them to fire gay teachers.
Many speeches today at the pride parade were responding to criticisms of marriage equality by anti-gay groups, such as speakers emphasizing the importance of sexual education and teaching pluralized and diverse social values through education, or that gay marriage is not incompatible with Asian social values in the way that anti-gay groups sometimes claimed.
For Shepard’s family and friends, it serves as a celebration of his life that wasn’t possible at the tumultuous time of his 1998 murder, when anti-gay protesters screamed at funeral-goers.