KMT deletes homophobic post on its Japanese site

LGBT ‘PERVERSION’: The KMT said that the article did not represent the party and was written by a volunteer who had used the Web page as a personal platform

Taipei Times
Date: Nov 09, 2018
By: Su Fun-her and Jonathan Chin  /  Staff reporter, with staff writer

A screenshot of a controversial article published on the Chinese Nationalist Party’s (KMT) Japanese Web site on Oct. 31, which called the Democratic Progressive Party administration’s attempt to legalize same-sex marriage a “perveted move.”
Photo: Courtesy of Facebook user Okinafa Chen

The Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) yesterday deleted an article on the Japanese-language version of its Web site that denounced LGBT people for “perversion,” after the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) accused it of homophobia.

The article was originally published by the KMT on Oct. 31. An LGBT advocate identified as “Okinafa Chen” posted a screen grab of it on Facebook one week later with a translation and no comment.

Chen’s translation of the post read: “While homosexuals are naturally occurring, making laws for him [sic] is perversion, making husbands out of women and brides of men is extremely perverted, making laws for this perverted thing is even more perverted.”

“The DDP wants to make Taiwan a perverted country, we are not perverts, we do not want to be made into perverts, we will not stand for this and fuck you DPP,” it read.
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