Montreal Gay Bar Faces Human Rights Complaint After Woman was Refused Service

By Gudrun Schultz   MONTREAL, Quebec, May 31, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A young Montreal woman has filed a human rights complaint with the Quebec Tribunal after a gay bar said women were not welcome to enter the establishment.   Audrey Vachon, 20, with her father Gilles, entered Bar Le Stud in Montreal’s gay neighborhood for a drink on a quiet Tuesday afternoon. Once seated on the establishment’s patio, a waiter told her father that women weren’t welcome in the place. “On the spot I didn’t believe it, I thought it was a bad joke,” Vachon told the Canadian Press on […]
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Media Generated “Teletubby” Scandal Used to Make Pro-Family Polish Government Look Ridiculous

By Peter J. Smith   WARSAW, May 30, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Tinky Winky the lavender alien puppet who minces about his way on the children’s BBC television programme “Teletubbies” with a lady’s handbag, has now minced his way into Poland as the center of a media-driven controversy designed to make the government’s campaign to protect children from homosexual propaganda look ridiculous.   The controversy began after media sources misrepresented remarks made by Ewa Sowinska, Poland’s Ombudsman for Children’s Rights in a May 28 interview from WPROST, a weekly opinion journal, regarding the “Teletubbies,” specifically Tinky Winky.   The interviewer asked: […]
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