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Ana Brnabic

June 16, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Who knew that when Gauthier Destenay, “husband” of Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, posed with the wives of other heads of state gathered for a NATO summit in late May that it would be just the beginning of a homosexual European head of state triple play? The two men “married” each other in 2015.

A week or so later, Ireland's governing Fine Gael party elected homosexual Leo Varadkar as its new leader.  His ascension to power as an open homosexual was a startling development in an island nation once known for its traditional Catholic culture.

But the news doesn’t stop there.

Serbia’s president has just nominated Ana Brnabic, a lesbian, as prime minister-designate. She and her cabinet await approval by Serbia’s parliament next week, but this is viewed by most observers as a formality.

The move is surprising because in Serbia, as reported at the Guardian, “65 percent believe that homosexuality is an illness and 78 percent think that homosexuality should not be expressed outside homes.”   

Regarding her homosexuality, Brnabic told the Associated Press, “Hopefully, this will blow over in three or four days, and then I won't be known as the gay minister.”

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