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Austria’s Highest Court Explains Why Gays Don’t Deserve The Hate Protections Afforded Racial Groups

Refusing to hear a case that aims to strike down the country’s “Incitement to Hatred” statute, which adds protections against bias attacks for racial and religious groups, Austria’s Constitutional Court shot down the argument the law is unconstitutional because it fails to protect gays. See, the incitement of violence against gays is totally cool because it lacks “dangerous close-range and long-range effects,” which violence against other demographics, apparently, does not.