The uber-talented Benedict Cumberbatch portrays World War 2 hero Alan Turing in the recently released movie "The Imitation Game."
Why is this important to LGBT people?
Turing was a genius mathematician who is credited with saving over 2 million lives in World War 2 by helping to break the Nazi Enigma Code.
Rather than thanking Turing for his heroic, life-saving service and genius, Great Britain arrested him for being gay. Turing was horrifically chemically castrated for his crime of being gay. He committed suicide.
Just recently, British government apologized for the gay witch-hunt that cost Turing his life and ruined the lives of more than 50,000 gay British citizens.
"Alan Turing was one of the greatest minds of the 20th Century. His genius saved the lives of millions of people in World War 2. It is reprehensible that he was driven to commit suicide after being chemically castrated for the crime of being gay. We need to make damn sure that insane laws supported by bigoted politicians and religious zealots are never again allowed to jeopardize gay citizens anywhere. Never again!" Steven Skelley
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