show me where gays are 'oppressed' today. Not saying you're wrong but I would like to see what your examples are. Again this is the 'Unpopular Opinion theard' not the 'Let's hold hands thread'. Just because someone said they don't like rock music doesn't mean they stay up all night talking about how they don't like rock music. I don't talk about gays that much, I just find it funny how gays are using Black struggles to benefit themselves.
You're kidding right?
Let us start with Russia.
Anton Krasovsky, a television news anchor at government-run KontrTV, was immediately fired from his job in January 2013 when he announced during a live broadcast that he is gay and disgusted by the national anti-gay "propaganda" legislation that had been proposed although had not yet passed
In September 2013, a Khabarovsk teacher and gay rights activist, Alexandr Yermoshkin, was fired from his two jobs as school teacher and university researcher. A week earlier, he had been attacked by members of a local neo-nazi group "Shtolz Khabarovsk". A homophobic activist group called "Movement against the propaganda of sexual perversions" had campaigned for his dismissal.
Source: http://amurburg.ru/n...prepodavatelya/ (this will be auto translated when you click)
On 9 May 2013, after Victory Day parades in Volgograd, the body of a 23-year-old man was found tortured and murdered by three males who stated anti-homosexual motivations, even though family and friends state the victim had no behavior inclination
Source: http://www.mk.ru/inc...stvom-geya.html (once again this will be auto translated)
Federal laws passed on 29 June 2013 ban the promotion of homosexuality to minors. Critics contend the law makes illegal holding any sort of public demonstration in favour of gay rights, speak in defence of LGBT rights, and distribute material related to LGBT culture, or to state that same-sex relationships are equal to heterosexual relationships.
Now let's talk about Uganda.
Both male and female homosexual activity is illegal. Under the Penal Code, "carnal knowledge against the order of nature" between two males carries a potential penalty of life imprisonment and executions/torture are allowed with no legal liabilities for the executioners.
source: http://www.upf.go.ug...de Act 1950.pdf
No, you did not mis read that. Homosexuality can lead to life imprisonment. 'Execution' of gays carries no legal liabilities for the executioners. Just read that again.
In August 2006, a Ugandan newspaper, The Red Pepper, published a list of the first names and professions (or areas of work) of 45 allegedly gay men
Reminder: homosexuality is punishable by life in prison.
Do you want me to go on? Or is that enough proof for you?