Politician calling same-sex kisses pornography tries to excuse himself

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A Coventry councilor who said that two women kissing is “pornography” says that he has gay friends and he considers it more than enough to believe that he is not homophobic. Glenn Williams ignored all calls to resign or at least to issue an apology for his previous hateful remark even when he was confronted by radio host Vic Minett on BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire. Minnet also happens to be a lesbian. Williams told her he was not at all homophobic as he believed that videos with same-sex kisses were just “age-inappropriate”. He does not believe it could be interpreted as his hate towards gay community in general because he has friends in this community. At least he says so. The presenter pointed out that images and videos of women kissing have been on mainstream television for years, to which Williams replied that one thing is a TV and another thing is ‘forcing children to come out’.

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