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Are you ready for a new petition! This time, it is to ban an iphone application which preaches “gay treatment”.

Thursday, 24 March 2011 02:26

Apple Removed "Gay Treatment" Application

ExGayIphone

A first step towards the victory ladies!!! Apple apparently removed the iphone application of the anti-gay group Exodus International which preached “gay treatment” after a petition signed by almost 150.000 people.

Published in Entertainment & Media

ExGayIphone

Are you ready for a new petition! This time, it is to ban an iphone application which preaches “gay treatment”.

Published in Entertainment & Media

Hello ladies! I hope you have spent wonderful holidays! Let's see what happened during the previous days.

U.K. MP wants marriage equality, Publication boxes of a gay magazine vandalized in Vancouver, Fairfax county and its all gay bar, Apple said no again for antigay application, A bishop thinks UNESCO plans to have 50% of the world population homosexual, Rolling stone newspaper in Uganda and gay lists, The Vice-President of USA and the gay marriage.

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Saturday, 27 November 2010 00:13

Apple Has Removed The Anti-Gay App

 

 

The other day I wrote about Apple which allowed an anti-gay app for iPhone (see An Antigay iPhone Application Has Been Accepted by Apple). Great news! Apple decided to remove it!

Published in Entertainment & Media

 

Apple offers users a new iPhone application that asked to sign a statement against LGBT rights and gay marriage.

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