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27 2, 9:16pm
I'm not making homophobia acceptable - I'm merely pointing out that it's not criminal to think things in Sweden.
Since homophobia and Islamophobia is covered by the exact same law, if it was criminal to think homophobic thoughts you would be a criminal too for thinking Islamophobic thoughts.
And even though I find homophobia just as repugnant as your Islamophobia I don't think a free society should criminalise thoughts.
If people want to cling to prejudices they can - just as long as they keep those thoughts to themselves and don't bother decent people.
And no, I'm simply listening to what the HBQT- and Jewish communities themselves are saying. They don't have a problem with the entire Muslim community in Sweden unlike you so I'm not gonna take your word over theirs, no.