Labour Party spokesman: Jeremy Corbyn did not mean it

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 10: Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn makes a speech at the Methodist Central Hall in Westminster on December 10, 2016 in London, England. Mr Corbyn was joined by Labour politicians as he made a speech to mark international Human Rights Day. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

As we told our readers yesterday, the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn was highly criticized for his < speech at the LGBT History Month in which he noted that people choose to be gays and people choose to be lesbians. These words were understood like Mr. Corbyn does not believe that people are born with their sexuality and they choose whether to be gay or straight. But Corbyn's spokesman said that it was the last thing on the politician's mind. Of course, being gay is a fact, not a choice. But people should be free to make choice who to love and how to live without being judged, discriminated or chased by law for it. And the Labour party declares itself as LGBT supportive and swears to try its best for these people to live the life they want


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