Tuesday, 12 June 2018 18:41

Gay Rights Advocate: Religious Leaders Have Lost Their Way

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The NGO, CAISO, believes the religious leaders who made a call for Government to amend the Marriage Act, to deny the right to same sex marriage, have lost their way.

Colin Robinson, the Leader of "CAISO: Sex and Gender Justice," said the focus of the religious group was misplaced.

Mr. Robinson explained that he was concerned about the alliance of the leaders, particularly since the leader of the group had been embroiled in an online spat with a member of the LGBTQIA community recently.

He also highlighted that his group had not previously advocated for same sex marriage to be regularised, but hoped that all groups would have a fair hearing not influenced by religious bodies.

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