Cameroon Catholic Archbishop: Gay Rights Is "Crime Against Humanity"

Archbishop Victor Tonye Bakot
Is it just me or has the Catholic leadership worldwide gone over the edge lately with their anti-gay vitriol?  "Crime against humanity"?  Really?
One of the most senior Catholic leaders in Cameroon has labeled gay equality such as same-sex marriages as a “crime against humanity”.
Earlier today at mass, Victor Tonye Bakot, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Yaounde said: “Marriage of persons of the same sex is a serious crime against humanity.
“We need to stand up to combat it with all our energy. I am particularly thankful to our local media that has been spreading this message of it as a criminality against mankind.”
Homosexuality is illegal in Cameroon and the country has a history of tracking down and convicting men of homosexuality.


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