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According to a new UN report, LGBT ideology should take precedence over religious freedom.

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The report calls on governments to "encourage religious institutions to consider the ways in which their representatives are held accountable in cases where they promote discrimination against LGBT people and other people of different genders".

A recent UN report suggests that religious rights should be subordinated to the supposed rights of the LGBT agenda and its supporters.

The United Nations (UN) published in June report at, drafted by Costa Rican lawyer Victor Madrigal-Borloz, outlines the role of the government in disciplining religious institutions that refuse to promote LGBT ideology.

"The limits set in the design of freedom of religion or belief - including the fundamental rights and freedoms of LGBT people - are key to the full compatibility of freedom of religion or belief and all the measures needed to combat violence and discrimination against them," wrote Madrigal-Borloz, the UN independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity.

The report was not so subtle in reminding religious institutions that they will be punished if they do not follow the LGBT agenda. The document declares that governments should "encourage religious institutions to consider ways in which representatives are held accountable in cases where they promote discrimination against LGBT and other gender-diverse people".

Jack Fonseca of the Campaign Life Coalition told LifeSiteNews that the report is further proof "that the UN is fundamentally a communist, anti-Christian organization whose main goal is to destroy Christianity, individual freedom and democracy."

Madrigal-Borloz also took aim at religions that condemn homosexual acts and transgenderism as sins, writing: "There are dark corners in which LGBT people are seen as sinners and second-class citizens who should be despised and exploited."

The report also condemned interpretations of Judaeo-Christian scriptures that declare homosexual behaviour to be a sin. It argued that the morality of homosexuality is "a matter for theological debate".

The report also praised several dissident religious groups, such as Catholics for Choice, which supports abortion even though it directly contradicts the teachings of the Catholic Church. He also praised Muslims for Progressive Values, which promotes homosexual and transgender values.

According to Madrigal-Borloz, people who are gender-confused or have feelings of homosexuality have "the right to access spirituality on an equal footing with everyone else".

While he is right that every human being should have a relationship with God and feel loved, Madrigal-Borloz was wrong to conclude that this means forcing all religions to support LGBT ideology.