Air France’s gay stewards rebel over flights to Iran

First the Air France hostesses didn't want to wear veils when getting off the plane in Iran, now gay stewards don't want to go to a country where homosexuals could face the death penalty.

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A steward from Air France has launched an online appeal against gay cabin members having to travel to Iran. It’s titled: “Gay stewards from Air France don’t want to fly to the death penalty in Iran”.

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“Sure, our sexuality isn’t written on our passports and it doesn’t change the way we work as a crew,” wrote ‘Laurent M’ in an open letter to the French government and the CEO of Air France Frédéric Gagey.

“But it is inconceivable to force someone to go to a country where his kind are condemned for who they are.”

Read more at thelocal.fr

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