This is a video about homophobia in Lithuania.
Politicians back homophobic law
Lithuania: MPs have voted 87-6 to overturn a presidential veto on a Bill that aims to prevent children from accessing information about homosexuality.
The legislation would prohibit the public dissemination of information on homosexuality, bisexuality and polygamous relationships, which it describes as “harmful to the mental health or the intellectual and moral development” of minors.
Lithuania’s former president rejected the Bill before he left office last week but yesterday’s vote overrides his veto.
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