Gay group slams 'men against moffies' website

South Africa’s oldest lesbian and gay service organisation, the Triangle Project, on Friday reacted with outrage at a website that called for the “reclaiming of Cape Town from the homosexual plague”.

In a statement, the Triangle Project said the website—www.menagainstmoffies.co.za—contained several irrational and “deeply insulting” statements steeped in homophobia.

“Per example, it purports a link between Satanism and homosexuality,” said the gay activists.

The website hosted a survey that posed the question: “What should be done with South Africas (sic) moffies?”

The site was suspended by Friday afternoon with a notice saying this had been done “do to (sic) AUP violations. Please contact the Systems Administrator.” ‒ Sapa

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