Criticism is not strange in response to Gospel adverts or pro-life billboards. Protests against it are not uncommon. But what is the legal state of affairs?
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The international doctors' association Society for Evidence Based Gender Medicine is "deeply concerned" about gender care guidelines announced by the WHO in December.
A significant majority of the Norwegian Parliament showed its support for a ban on conversion therapy on Tuesday. However, not everyone is enthusiastic.
For the government of the Netherlands, the emancipation goals are not only for the people of Holland but the world. Clearly, the agenda is ideologically driven. It is not only about equality for men and women but it has to do with gay emancipation too in Europe and worldwide. And it is openly against "conservative counter forces".
The European Commission identifies "an alarming increase" in hate speech against Jews and Muslims and wants to combat it. However, the European Union's executive board calls (also) on member states to also qualify "hate speech" based on gender and sexual orientation as a European criminal offence.
The German Humboldt University wants nothing to do with biologist Marie-Luise Vollbrecht for her traditional view on gender. Now, a court has ruled that the academic institution was not justified to do so.
The Norwegian Storting will look at a draft for what is known as a ban on conversion therapy. What are the consequences?
If Europe wants to survive, it must find a future. And that future lays in the Christian religion that has created its cultural heritage that still unites the continent, says David Millard.
China and other countries that adhere to traditional family values have made it much more difficult for Europe and the United States to push gender policies through the UN General Assembly.
The gruesome murder of 22-year-old Giulia Cecchettin has gripped Italy for three weeks. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend, exemplifying the dozens of Italian women who fall victim to their aggressive partners every year.