Interfaith activists rebut Guadeloupe claim that homosexuality is an illness.

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04/12/2022

A group of Caribbean and international advocates of LGBTQ rights joined forces last week to denounce misleading remarks about homosexuality from the host of an online show that is popular in Guadeloupe. The YouTube video in French and Creole appeared in early March, while most people were focused on the Ukrainian crisis and while the French presidential campaign was in full swing. On the popular YouTube channel “La Pause Sans Filtre”, host Eric Damaseau declared that homosexuality is an illness. His comment came during a segment about a visit to Guadeloupe by Elizabeth Moreno, the Minister Delegate for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities in the French Prime Minister’s office.

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