The buzz: Amnesty International tackles homophobia in Turkey

Amnesty International has highlighted the ongoing problem of homophobia in Turkey through an online film created by TBWA\Istanbul.

The buzz: Amnesty International tackles homophobia in Turkey

In the film, a pet-shop owner tells customers that the turtles they are considering buying are gay – prompting uncomfortable and absurd reactions.

Very good. Amnesty #GayTurtle campaign confronts homophobia in Turkey.
@gordonmacmillan 

Love is Love. Hate is a choice #gayturtle #love
@sophievenn

"Homosexuality is found in over 450 species. Homophobia is found in only one." #Gayturtle
@Paglops

I’m so glad for this campaign.... Shocking to see the reactions of these people. #GayTurtle
@LadyLeyli 

very sad how angry and upset people can get over the existence of ‘gay’; some turtles r gay, get over it! #supportlove #gayturtle #getoverit
@ilke_dagli

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