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Pride and prejudice: ‘anti-gay’ stars refuse to apologise

10 December 2004
Their gigs have been cancelled all over the world and their names withdrawn from awards. But Jamaica’s dancehall stars refuse to apologise for – or even stop singing – songs that encourage the murder of gay people. The Guardian’s Alexis Petridis travels to the Caribbean and discovers a culture that can’t see a problem, let alone a solution.

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