He placed such sinners in the Seventh Circle of Hell, near the suicides and usurers, but above thieves and bribe-takers. In my opinion, a separate circle, or at least a special place in the very last circle next to the traitors, should be reserved for those who hurt others for sheer pleasure, without deriving any tangible benefit for themselves. This thought comes to mind every time I take the metro late at night, returning home from a poetry reading. To get to my not-so-distant suburb, I need to make an unusual transfer for Moscow, crossing a platform to the opposite track.
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PARIS — At least 50 to gay men were outed in Morocco over the last two weeks, rights activists say, after the men were identified on location-based meeting apps while sheltering at home amid a coronavirus lockdown. In at least three cases, men were kicked out of their houses, L. In interviews, many others in the country said they had been blackmailed and threatened, and thousands fear that their photos will be spread on social media. In Morocco, a North African kingdom where homosexuality and sex outside marriage are crimes, gay people are painfully accustomed to the feelings of peril and rejection, and many keep their sexual identities under wraps.
Three years after Finland legalised same-sex marriage , the Lutheran Evangelical Church has yet to adopt a clear position on letting priests administer wedding vows in church. Vicar of Helsinki's St. Paul's parish Kari Kanala told All Points North that while the previous church Synod was not able to agree on a way forward, the matter will likely be addressed by the new leadership body that was installed earlier this year. It has members and it needs a majority of three out of four to make a decision, so just 27 or 28 people can decide things.
Winter Olympians took to social media Friday to make a statement about their presence at the games, reminding their followers and Vice President Mike Pence, "We're here. We're queer. Get used to it. Eat your heart out, Pence.