FOX News Latino has an article about the largest city in South America and its unusual answer to "Gay Pride Day" celebrations.
The city council of São Paulo, South America's biggest city, has adopted legislation calling for a Heterosexual Pride Day to be celebrated on the third Sunday of each December.
São Paulo Mayor Gilberto Kassab must sign the legislation for it to become law and has said only that he is studying it. His office declined Wednesday to say whether he supports the proposal.
The legislation's author, Carlos Apolinario, said the idea for a Heterosexual Pride Day is "not anti-gay but a protest against the privileges the gay community enjoys...."
The Brazilian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Association criticized the legislation, saying it could provoke homophobic violence.
"How many LGBTs will be attacked because of the message that only heterosexuality makes someone a moral person and a good citizen," the association said in a statement....