Castro: Persecution of Gays a Great Injustice

1 Sep

Fidel Castro this week admitted responsibility for the persecution of homosexuals in Cuba in the 1960s, calling their internment in forced-labor camps “a great injustice.”
In the second installment of an interview with the editor of the Mexican newspaper La Jornada, Castro said that the revolutionary government’s actions represented “a great injustice – a great injustice! – whoever committed it. If we committed it, we committed it. I am trying to limit my responsibility in all that because, of course, personally I don’t have that type of prejudice. 

Now I’m commencing to wonder how the LGBTQ rights enjoyed in Cuba compare with LGBTQ rights enjoyed  here  in Oklahoma, or Mississippi, or Alabama, or Utah,  or Arkansas, or……………


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