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Hungarian football exposed a row for gay rights and multiculturalism

A row between two huge names in Hungarian football, both based in Germany, has uncovered a profound blame line in their home country's society over gay rights, migration, and multiculturalism.

Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin terminated their goalkeeping coach Zsolt Petry last week. This is for making anti-gay and xenophobic comments in reaction to praise by Hungary's well-known national goalkeeper of "rainbow families".

At that point, Zsolt Petry, 54, swam into the controversy. In an interview published by government lead daily Magyar Nemzet, he first defended Gulacsi's right to his own conclusion, but at that point criticized him for commenting freely on such a divisive subject.

Equal rights campaigners recommend that there have likely been no more than five children adopted by gay couples within the past 10 years in Hungary. They say the new law will in practice discriminate against unmarried people who receive around 100 children a year; older, impaired, or ethnic Roma, whom "regular" guardians don't need.

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