Gay former NRL player Casey Conway has slammed Anthony Mundine over his latest comments about homosexuals.
Conway who is now a Youth worker and model labelled Mundine a “Vile Human” after his latest public comments that suggest he supports the death penalty for homosexuals.
Anthony Mundine is vile human and his comments should be condemned.
Using our culture as a basis for his harmful opinions is disgraceful.
Women and LGBTI people are your equal Anthony, you’re not better than anyone. Educate yourself.
— Casey Conway (@caseyconway_) February 8, 2018
Mundine’s comments came during an interview that took place after leaving the reality TV show, “I’m a celebrity… get me out of here”. He claimed that homosexuality should be pushed back behind closed doors the way it used to be and felt that the death penalty would be a good deterrent for gays and pedophiles.
Conway also challenged Mundine about how his stance aligns with Aboriginal culture and teachings and stated that it is Mundine who is out of touch with his views towards women and the LGBTI community, (Indigenous and non-Indigenous), Conway told news.com.au
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