NEW YORK, July 26 (C-FAM) Eastern European countries are following Russia’s lead to protect children by curbing advocacy for “non-traditional” sexual acts. Homosexual groups are reacting furiously.Read more >>
Last month Moldova passed a law prohibiting the distribution of information “aimed at the propagation of prostitution, pedophilia, pornography or of any other relations than those related to marriage or family.” Lithuania recently adopted a similar law, and Ukraine’s legislature is reportedly considering the same.
The laws are designed to protect minors from graphic information that may lead them to unhealthy choices at a delicate age. Russia’s law, adopted in June, fines individuals and organizations for promoting “non-traditional” sexual behavior among children.
[Hat tip to E. Echeverria]