In what’s already been hailed as a landmark case, Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled that anti-gay slurs were not protected under the country’s freedom of speech laws.
The Washington Blade reports that the justices ruled 3-2 that the terms “maricones” and “puñal,” which were recently used by two Puebla-based journalists to criticize each other’s work, were offensive and discriminatory.
Blabbeando features a full translation of a press statement released by the court. That ruling reads:
via The Huffington Post | Full News Feed http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/07/mexico-rules-anti-gay-slu_n_2829136.html