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Highly religious S’poreans okay with bestiality but not homosexuality in Beauty And The Beast

Posted on 13 March 2017

Animal love > Man love.


Highly religious Singaporeans from that particular walk of life, who can recognise another level logic, are nodding their heads in understanding.

This after they read that a highly religious Singaporean has written to other highly religious Singaporeans warning them about the homosexual content in Beauty And The Beast movie.

One Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said she understands where this warning is coming from: “It is not okay for a man to like another man but it is okay for a beast to like a woman.”

“But when you see a beast like a woman, people must go and beat the beast until he almost die but it does not constitute as animal cruelty.”

“And when the furniture and cutlery can talk, it is normal and okay even though this type of phenomenon is rarer than a man liking another man.”

Other highly religious locals said the warning is a good warning to heed.

Kum Gong, another highly religious Singaporean, said: “At least the movie is not based on a true story.”

“We are not easily deceived and we won’t buy into any fable that is told to us.”







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