Roman Catholic Archbishop Says Buggery Shouldn’t Be Against the Law

Roman Catholic Archbishop Says Buggery Shouldn’t Be Against the Law

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Roman Catholic Archbishop Says Buggery Shouldn’t Be Against the Law Source: CARIBBEAN360   PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Monday April 16, 2018 – Archbishop of Port of Spain, Jason Gordon says even though the Catholic Church views buggery as an immoral and “disordered” act, it should not be illegal. In fact, he says in any country where buggery […]

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T&T Judge Rules Buggery Law Unconstitutional, But Legal Fight Continues

T&T Judge Rules Buggery Law Unconstitutional, But Legal Fight Continues

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T&T Judge Rules Buggery Law Unconstitutional, But Legal Fight Continues Source: CARIBBEAN360   PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Friday April 13, 2018 – A High Court judge in Trinidad and Tobago yesterday ruled that the part of the twin-island republic’s Sexual Offences Act which criminalizes sexual activity between homosexual men – whether consensual or not – is unconstitutional. […]

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Travel writers defend decision to hold convention in anti-gay Barbados

Travel writers defend decision to hold convention in anti-gay Barbados

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Travel writers defend decision to hold convention in anti-gay Barbados Source: Caribbean News Now OAKBROOK TERRACE, USA — The Society of American Travel Writers has defended its selection of Barbados to host its next annual convention in 2018 after some members voiced their concern over promoting Barbados as a destination due to anti-gay sodomy laws […]

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