Friday, February 12, 2016

Predictably C-Fam doesn't like those UN stamps

C-Fam, a traditional Catholic anti-gay hate group headed by Austin Ruse has reacted to the UN's issuance of stamps under the banner “Free & Equal – UN for LGBT Equality.”

According to Stefano Gennarini who is Director of the Center for Legal Studies at the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam)*:
UN Stamps Celebrate Homosexuality, Gay Parenting, Transexualism

Dark naked figures dancing around a fire and a powerful Greek god presided over the unveiling of six explicit UN postage stamps to promote homosexuality, transexuality, and gay parenting at UN headquarters last week.

The UN stamps depict male and female same-sex couples kissing and embracing, a homosexual coming out of a closet, a gay couple carrying a girl on their shoulders, and a human butterfly figure representing a transsexual.
Click to enlarge this terrifying image

He goes on to conclude:
The stamps capture the efforts of the “Free and Equal Campaign” a unilateral initiative of the UN Secretary General’s human rights bureaucracy that promotes a right to engage in sodomy, same-sex marriage, homosexual adoption, and other LGBT rights.

Since its launch in 2012 it has yet to garner substantial support from the full membership of the United Nations. No UN treaty includes LGBT rights or protects homosexual conduct explicitly or implicitly.
Little wonder why this small operation (revenues under $1.5 million) is designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

* C-Fam is actually “Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute.” At least that is how they filed their last available tax return.

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