Saturday, May 17, 2014

Two heterosexual supremacists at Orthodox Church rally in Georgia can't find any homos so they call each other faggots and try to fight

Gay Star News reports that, in order to head off any public support for IDAHO (International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia) the Orthodox Church in George organized a so-called ‘Family Day’ May 17th. (Georgia needs to pass an LBGT anti-discrimination law in order to join the European Union.)
     In a video uploaded by Liberali, one homophobe is seen talking to a group of people about the day’s event in front of the Holy Trinity Cathedral.
     But then another wearing a purple shirt, who wrongly believed the first man was gay, demanded he leave the ‘holy place’.
     He says: ‘I shall not let you stand next to me, next to true God! Leave now!’
     The two then traded jabs, and when they were held back from violence, are heard swearing at each other. Both can be heard calling each other ‘metraki’ – the Georgian slang for ‘faggot’.
Memo to self: when traveling in homophobic former Soviet Republics, do not wear deep lavender or floral print shirts.

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