The head of Italy’s anti-discrimination office has resigned.

It comes in the wake of accusations that government funds meant to promote diversity projects and tackle racism had been earmarked for gay sex clubs masquerading as cultural centres.

*”The Hyenas”*

Francesco Spano quit just hours after an investigative TV programme showed his department had authorised funding of up to 55,000 euros each for at least three such clubs.

The TV show, called “The Hyenas”, visited the three bu…
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1 COMMENT

  1. Let me get this straight. Diversity is more important than gay sex. What about equal rights? Time to start "Today I'm a gay too" rally.

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