Julio Severo

UN agencies ask Brazilian president to criminalize ‘homophobia’

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by Julio Severo Fri Nov 02 14:41 EST Comments (21)

President Dilma Rousseff

November 2, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The Expanded Thematic Group on HIV/AIDS in Brazil (GT/UNAIDS), in joint partnership with national and international groups, sent a letter on October 16 to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and other Brazilian…

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Therapists who treat homosexuality ‘terrorized’ by Brazil’s psychology council says expert

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by Julio Severo Thu Jul 05 14:06 EST Comments (4)

Marisa Lobo

Translated from the Portuguese original by Matthew Cullinan Hoffman

July 5, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Marisa Lobo, a Brazilian psychologist who identifies publicly as a Christian, answers questions from pro-family activist Julio Severo about her…

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Tags: brazil, homosexuality, marisa lobo

Fatal mistake: Chinese pro-life activist seeking help from US government

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by Julio Severo Thu May 03 19:06 EST Comments (5)

Chen Guangcheng, a pro-life activist in China, made the fatal mistake of seeking help from the US Embassy in China.

He was under house arrest in his home province, but other human rights activists made enormous sacrifices, risking their lives to…

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Christian minister accused of ‘crime against humanity’ for homosexuality stance

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by Julio Severo Thu Mar 15 16:54 EST Comments (5)

Two years ago, Scott Lively, author of “The Pink Swastika”, addressed members of the Ugandan Parliament, which was considering a bill criminalizing homosexuality. Lively urged an emphasis on therapy rather than punishment, and, after the bill…

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Tags: gay terrorism, homosexuality, scott lively, uganda

The UN’s made-up up figures: now claims 200,000 die from illegal abortions in Brazil

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by Julio Severo Wed Feb 22 13:15 EST Comments (13)

Eleonora Menicucci

February 22, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Last week Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff administration was pressed by the UN’s CEDAW (Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women) about an alleged 200,000 deaths of women each year because of…

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Tags: abortion, cedaw, un

Brazilian government wants all pregnant women registered

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by Julio Severo Wed Jan 25 13:00 EST Comments (1)

Co-authored with Zenóbio Fonseca, law professor and legislative consultant

Brazilian public and private healthcare institutions will be forced, by compulsory norm, to identify and register all pregnant women in Brazil, according to the National…

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Cowardice: the state and homosexualist powers against a former lesbian and her daughter

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by Julio Severo Thu Dec 01 17:09 EST Comments (23)

Lisa Miller with her daughter Isabella

Rev. Timothy David “Timo” Miller, who acted courageously in his defense of a persecuted child and her mother, has now made a deal with federal prosecutors, who are seeking to take Isabella Miller away from her mother and give her to an unrelated…

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Triumph of the state over the family: Brazilian Congress reinforces ban on homeschooling

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by Julio Severo Tue Oct 25 11:35 EST Comments (2)

The Education and Culture Committee of the Chamber of Representatives in Brazil has unanimously rejected, October 19, a bill that would have authorized, under state supervision, parents to homeschool their children. The homeschool bill had been…

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