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The xx fuming after their music is used by Croatian anti-homosexuality group

The xx fuming after their music is used by Croatian anti-homosexuality group

The xx have released today hit out at Croatian company U ime obitelji, which has falsely used their music in an advertising campaign to fuel ridiculous stigmatisms against homosexuality.

'U ime obitelji' is Croatian for 'On behalf of the family'. The company is calling for a referendum that would make marriage a lifelong union between man and woman. The movement claims that "same-sex parents can not meet the needs of children in a family that in their opinion, consisting of father and mother." These guys are clearly very forward-thinking and conscientious...

The xx have responded using their official Facebook, saying: "We wish to state that we didn't, and would never, approve the use of our music by this organisation.

"To be clear, we unconditionally support the equal right to marriage regardless of sexuality.
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The whole idea of 'U ime obitelji' existing has depressed SupaJam, cheer us up.


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