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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand authorities say a woman returning to New Zealand who was placed in a 14-day mandatory hotel quarantine and a man working there were found in an inappropriate encounter. The incident earlier this month has highlighted a very human weak point in New Zealand’s virus elimination system. Authorities say the pair’s behavior was totally unacceptable and an investigation is underway to determine whether additional security measures are required. Brigadier Jim Bliss, the head of managed isolation and quarantine, says the worker was immediately sent home and told to self-isolate. He was later fired. The returning traveler, meanwhile, was given a formal written warning by the police. Authorities breathed a sigh of relief after both returned negative coronavirus tests.
New Civil Rights Movement 13 March 2015Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, fashion design icons, business partners for decades, and a same-sex couple until they split several years ago, not only don’t support same-sex marriage, but they’ve now come out attacking it.In an interview with Panorama magazine and translated by LGBT News Italia, the former couple and billionaire designers came out swinging.“The only family is the traditional one. No chemical offsprings and rented uterus: life has a natural flow, there are things that should not be changed.”The Spanish news site ABC.es offered more comments from their Panorama interview.Procreation “must be an act of love,” Domenico Dolce says, according to a Google translation. “I call children of chemistry, synthetic children. Uteri [for] rent, semen chosen from a catalog.”“The family is not a fad,” adds Stefano Gabbana. “In it there is a supernatural sense of belonging.”Their stance against same-sex marriage isn’t new – they have been saying it for years – but attacking families headed by same-sex parents is.In a 2013 interview with London’s The Telegraph, Dolce mentions, “I’m a practising Catholic.” The two designers were asked if they had ever considered marrying each other.“What?! Never!” they answer in chorus, “I don’t believe in gay marriage.” Dolce laughs. In Catholic Italy, has their sexuality proved a problem? “No, never,” says Dolce. “The fashion industry is full of gays.”And in 2006, Stefano Gabbana told the Daily Mail, “I am opposed to the idea of a child growing up with two gay parents.”http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/davidbadash/fashion_design_icons_dolce_gabbana_the_only_family_is_the_traditional_one