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Indian minister in gay backlash

Wednesday, July 06, 2011 - 01:50

July 6 - India's health minister says homosexuality 'disease' comments were not intended to cause offence. Paul Chapman reports.

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Enabling him sexuality by India's Health Minister as a disease and unnatural -- beach to wave of protest. He's gay rights activists students to to the streets of Bangalore to demand -- ideas that resignation. He's unfit to be eight. As it has committed -- that don't -- seven determining infamy subsection may not it is. And he can do such events -- -- that homosexuality does DC's and it's done accident. President made his comments on Monday during an address to an HIV aids conference in New Delhi and obviously. This piece he says this disease where man has sex with another man found more in the dependent world and spread in India. He went on to say that gay sex was unnatural and should not exist but it does. Home Tuesday he insisted his remarks have been sensationalized. By the media and he hadn't intended to colts offense but you -- war. -- -- -- But that often on the back are from -- but. -- then I was constantly. Update Koppel -- -- -- -- be totally different something we're definitely different but if you report that and I think. That people didn't understand. That what he exactly well. -- -- -- -- -- defense is unlikely to appease the who's who walked him out his job. In the week it's -- it's the joint United Nations program on HIV and sent it on its web site that was in place stigma and discrimination. On the basis of sexual orientation. --

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Indian minister in gay backlash

Wednesday, July 06, 2011 - 01:50