Georgia: Parliament Begins Legal Crackdown on Anal People

Georgians are getting very tired of this

These homos were asking for a pounding.

It looks like they’re going to get their wish.


Georgia’s parliament on Thursday gave its initial approval to a set of bills containing sweeping curbs on LGBT rights, including bans on the “propaganda” of same-sex relationships and gender reassignment surgery.

The package, which was proposed by the ruling Georgian Dream party and which could outlaw Pride events and public displays of the LGBT rainbow flag, was approved by a majority of deputies. It must pass two more readings before becoming law.

Parliamentary speaker Shalva Papuashvili said earlier this month that lawmakers would only vote on the bills’ second and third readings during the autumn parliamentary session, in the immediate run-up to a general election scheduled for Oct. 26.

He has said the bills are necessary to control “LGBT propaganda” which he said was “altering traditional relations”.

The legislation would also ban non-heterosexual people from adopting children and prevent people from changing their gender on ID documents. Public gatherings promoting same-sex relationships would not be allowed either.

If approved, “LGBT propaganda” in the education system would be outlawed and broadcasters banned from showing intimate scenes involving same-sex relationships.

Georgians are more anti-anal than even most Moslems

LGBT rights are controversial in deeply religious Georgia, where the country’s Orthodox Church enjoys wide public respect.

Opinion polling shows widespread disapproval of same-sex relationships, while Tbilisi’s annual Pride march has repeatedly faced physical attacks by conservative protesters. Georgia’s constitution bans same-sex marriage.

There are fewer than 20,000 Jews in Georgia. Unfortunately, women still exist.

Giorgi Tabagari, founder of Tbilisi Pride, said that the bills would make life “unbearable” for LGBT Georgians.

He said: “The future for queer people in Georgia looks rather gloomy if the anti-LGBT bills are adopted.”

The vote comes amid political tension in the South Caucasus country after a series of huge protests against a bill on “foreign agents” that was signed into law earlier this month.

The proposed measures are likely to fuel European Union and U.S. concerns about Georgia’s political direction, following their criticism of the foreign agent law that critics see as Russian-inspired and repressive.

Georgia is in a state of crisis, trying to decide whether they want to be on Team Russia or Team USA.

The anal issue will likely be the deciding factor.

It’s very strange how everything seems to come down to anal sex.

Mini-documentary about one of the country’s most prominent anal rights activist