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Falun Gong is homophobic

Falun Gong is homophobic

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Violating Human rights
Falun Gong is homophobic
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Blogspot.com By Nathaniel Christopher2012-10-31
Earlier this week I went out for fish and chips with my friend Andrew, his husband Alex, and our buddy Margaret. We'd heard good thingsabout Dundas Fish & Chips located at 2077 Dundas St. in East Vancouver and decided to try it out."I just gotta warn you that the owners are Falun Gong people," said Andrew. I figured he'd learned that from some wonderfully in-depthdiscussion with the owner. He is, after all, quite the social butterfly."Oh well. I don't think it'll be a problem," I told him. "If they don't preach to us I probably won't even say anything!" 
 An advertisement for Falun Gong is prominently displayed next to the sign of of Dundas Fish & ChipsWhen we arrived at the restaurant I quickly realised the owners didn't need to tell Andrew a damn thing. The restaurant was plastered withFalun Gong posters and signs. They also had a table near the entrance with Falun Gong literature and video as well as a petition for customers to sign. 
My friends Margaret and Alex enjoy their beverages while waiting for their meal at Dundas Fish & Chips. Andrew has already received his wonton soup."I don't do religion in the morning or on an empty stomach," said Margaret who thought it was all kind of creepy.Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is a religious organisation founded in China in 1992. Some of their followers describe it as acultivation of the central tenets of truthfulness, compassion and tolerance. The practice of Falun Dafa also includes meditation, qi-gongexercise as well as the moral teachings of their founder Li Hongzhi.Falun Gong presents itself as an organisation concerned about human rights, particularly their own. They regularly stage protests, andcampaigns to raise awareness about the human rights of Falun Gong followers in the Peoples Republic of China.

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