Lithuania’s “Law on the Protection of Minors Against the Detrimental Effects of Public Information” took effect March 1. It bans information that promotes sexual relationships, “denigrates family values” or encourages a nonheterosexual concept of marriage and family.
Such information is prohibited when it could be accessed by a minor, such as in magazines and libraries and on the Internet.
Earlier versions of the bill specifically banned “information which agitates for homosexual, bisexual and polygamous relations.”
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