Tamara Falcó faces criticism after making anti-LGBT statements in Mexico, and Catholics in Africa expressed outrage over an LGBT Netflix film.

Tamara Falcó Criticized Over Anti-LGBT Statements In Mexico

The eldest child of Isabel Presley and the late marquis of Grión, Spanish celebrity Tamara Falcó appeared at the ultraconservative convention and was applauded by the audience standing.

A pro-family, anti-LGBT platform called the World Congress of Families was organized by conservative Christian organizations from all over the world. The US-based NGO Southern Poverty Law Centre views it as a fiercely anti-LGBT organization.

Mario Vargas Llosa, a well-known Spanish author, is now married to Preysler, Falcó's mother. Enrique Iglesias' mother, Preysler, was Julio Iglesias' wife.

Falcó recently made news after divorcing billionaire Iigo Onieva when a video of Onieva kissing another woman surfaced on social media.

When questioned about the breakup, Falcó replied to EuroWeekly News, “He is forgiven, I don’t hold a grudge against him, but I have discovered that we do not have the same values, since for me, in the couple and in marriage, faithfulness is very important and for him, it is not.”


Catholic Activists In Africa Speak Out Against LGBT Netflix Film


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Following the release of a children's movie that depicts two girls kissing, the African branch of the international Catholic activist group CitizenGo has started a boycott campaign against Netflix in an effort to persuade the CEO of the company "to back down on LGBT indoctrination."

According to ACI Africa, protestors sent a petition to ACI Africa, calling it "crazy" because a lesbian kiss was shown in a movie aimed at 7-year-olds.

“A Netflix children's series has included a lesbian kiss in a series aimed at 7-year-olds! Have we gone crazy?” the activists wrote. 

“Write now to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and show your outrage. A lesbian kiss is absolutely inappropriate for 7-year-olds. As long as he doesn't back down on LGBT indoctrination in children's series, I will support this boycott campaign.”