Mr. Director: My daughter was brutally attacked in Granada a few days ago for being homosexual. Granada is a university city that excels in training those who will lead the world. It is also where freedom and tolerance should be embraced.
Near Law (where you can learn about justice, freedoms some heartless "males"), four beasts pounced upon her, a short woman, and began beating her. They beat her with a whip that could have ended her life if she had not cried out "dyke".
Thank God that those who were in the house came out. Against so many, their testosterone was worthless, and the buffaloes in heat fled. How poor her morality, how cowardly, how miserable... I and her father were there to greet her at her home, to hug her, to clean her wounds, and to try to comfort her. . It is the most difficult thing that has ever happened to us.
After a few days, I can see that he is physically improving (the pain in the soul will take some time to pass). And after many tears have dried, I am left wondering so many things...
They are good students if they're well-dressed. We are all at that age where we have high hopes for a better future. Perhaps they will be the pride of their parents and reach high-ranking positions. They are capable of standing at the door to a place where homosexuals gather, waiting for someone to come out. If they feel that she deserves it, they will beat her. They will then go home satisfied and clean up their bloody boots. The next victim will be another day.
This is not a matter of politics. This is not a question of politics. To be beaten is very serious.
It happens every day on the streets of Granada, according to the LGTBI group. They also accomplish part of their goal: to make people afraid, like my daughter. He is afraid to see them again, him or other people of the same caliber. It is hard for him to tell. This is what we hear on the news. But it also happens to other people... One day, it is my daughter that I hear crying in the house, her face bloodied and trembling, scared, angry, and scared.
It has been around since the beginning of time. It is not a problem and it doesn't require any solution. These bastards' rules are unacceptable. It is not homosexuality that is a crime, but being as miserable and inhumane as these animals.
We have a lot of work ahead of us as a society.