The 28 member states of the European Union reached a broad agreement last week in support of “LGBTI equality” that will promote the homosexual activist cause across Europe, monitor LGBT rights in European countries, and “combat discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity.”
According to the homosexual news agency Pink News, this is the first time that all 28 member states have reached such an agreement to promote the homosexual cause.
Under the agreement the EU’s Commission for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality will monitor “the situation of LGBTI people in the European Union and beyond” and report back regularly to the EU, according to Commissioner Věra Jourová.
The Council of the European Union invited the countries to follow a 24-page list of recommended actions. The list recommends that the European Commission:
- Undertake a “broad and inclusive communications campaign” to ensure “EU Citizens change positively their attitude towards LGBTI people,” and provide “more visibility of trans and intersex issues in the EU”
- Crack down on “hate speech” by enforcing existing laws limiting free speech, hosting “thematic meetings on the effective prosecution of homophobic and transphobic hate speech and crime,” and improving “legislation at national level on hate speech/hate crime, non-discrimination and transgender issues”
- Organize a best practices exchange on “LGBTI anti-discrimination practices” in schools
- Collect extensive data about gay rights, transgenderism, Intersex people, and “health inequalities” in the LGBT community across European countries
- Prohibit various forms of “anti-LGBTI discrimination” across Europe
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