An American tourist was arrested in Thailand after spewing hate speech towards locals and allegedly damaging a restaurant’s property.
Daniel Franckowiak, who came all the way from Bismarck, North Dakota was reportedly charged with criminal damage on Nov. 5 shortly after being caught in his unhinged meltdown that has since gone viral on social media.
A brutal homophobic attack left one Chinese-British gay man unable to walk after his leg was shattered in four different places.
Chris Ver-Haest said his life has been altered since he was violently attacked by 29-year-old Kamil Wladyslaw Snios in London back in July. Ver-Haest, 29, told Buzzfeed that he was forced to cancel plans to move to Spain due to his injury and so he could testify against his attacker in court. Months later, he is still unable to walk and is currently undergoing physiotherapy.
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Censors in Hong Kong are the latest group to express disapproval of the “exclusively gay moment” in the live-action remake of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”, which is now out in theaters.
The anti-gay Family School Sodo (Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ordinance) Concern Group isn’t happy that the film was rated as suitable for all ages to view, writing a letter to the Office for Film, Newspaper and Article Administration criticizing the “gay-related behavior or lifestyle” in a scene involving two male characters dancing together at a ball.
Disney has defended its remake of “Beauty and the Beast” by indefinitely pulling the film from theaters in Malaysia instead of cutting scenes involving an “exclusively gay moment” between two characters.
The live-action remake of the 1991 animated musical, which opens March 17, received a P13 rating from Malaysia’s Film Censorship Board after a request to edit out four and a half minutes of footage, Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid, the film board chairman, told Bloomberg News in a text message.
Shan Ju Lin, a homophobic Taiwanese-Australian MP candidate, was dropped from the One Nation party on Saturday after describing LGBT people as “abnormal” and suggested they “should be treated as patients” in a Facebook rant.
In a now-deleted post, the Taiwanese Australian shared a 2015 article on Friday about a U.K. couple who faced trial for allegedly raping their adopted sons.