Friday, 24 October 2014 15:19

A Priest From Hong Kong Allows Anti-Gay Speech But Prevents Pro-Equality People To Speak

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A priest of the Hong Kong's Roman Catholic Cathedral gave permission for anti-gay speech from within his church.

This speech is the result of the Diocesan Pastoral Commission for Marriage and the Family and its goal is to allow people to comment on the anti-discrimination laws that could be implemented in Hong Kong soon.

Father Dominic Chan Chi-ming said that only people against this law had been expressed, those in favor of equality cannot speak because the church is "not a place to express personal theories".