Filipino Boxer and Senator Manny Pacquiao Opposes LGBTQ Rights and Defends Murderers

Filipino Boxer and Senator Manny Pacquiao Opposes LGBTQ Rights and Defends Murderers

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Emmanuel “Manny” Dapidran Pacquiao, pro boxer and Senator of the Philippines, argued against pro-LGBTQ legislation and for anti-LGBTQ murder.

Tripped Media writes:

The legislation in question is Senate Bill 1271: a bill that would prohibit discrimination of others on the basis of their sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.

“Even in the Bible, we can read that women should dress as women; and men should dress as men,” Manny Pacquiao said in Filipino. He then cited the case of US Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton.

In 2014, Pemberton murdered Jennifer Laude when he found out she was transgender after a sexual encounter. Pacquiao accused Laude of committing fraud for being trans.

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