Comments:Chilean deputy's 'homophobic' comment on Facebook causes controversy
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|Comments from feedback form - "Mr.Estay explains himself well..."||0||05:28, 17 July 2011|
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Mr.Estay explains himself well for his previous controversial comments because in South America the idiosyncrasy of the people is to use an expression to be direct and to the point. At the same time you accomplish with few words the right to an opinion and a knock-out statement with out all the added verbatim of the media or the politically correct...
Whats more important here the "queers" or the poor? apparently its the "queers."
I really do not understand why we can't use "slang", males call each other names and point out their flaws but no one cares about that. I have called my Jewish friend a "bitch ass Jew" and he does not care. Generally people do not really hate someone based on skin tone, religion, or sexuality it is all based on how they act. So lets stop saying everyone who uses slang in that fashion is a bigot, homophobe or what ever.
Good article, thumbs up to the writer.
I get what you mean but that's OK when friends call each other names, but you can't call a random homosexual a queer some take it offensive to it or calling a random Jew a "bitch ass Jew". "You treat people how you want to be treated".
Yeah....You can't call homosexual that ether, but do it really matter if a person is homosexual or Heterosexuality.People need to learn to accept homosexual cause it not going anywhere.
Chile is, still, a very conservative country. Most people, I can say, are homophobe over here. If you see a transvestite in the streets of certain small town, people may think "they are such dirty people," because the country itself is not prepared to an acceptation of the homosexuals. Just look it up, even President Sebastián Piñera has said he isn't supporting the gay marriage, and this other conservative deputy, Mr. Estay. That's the problem, Chile isn't prepared for the "queers". By the way, the Chilean homosexuals, transgender, and bisexuals, are all IMHO überly-sensitive, but yet again I reiterate, Chile's just a conservative country, and it'll still be for some time.