“I think that people’s private lives should remain such, but I also think those who have a public role, a political role, have some more responsibilities”. Declaring one’s homosexuality is a choice that “I made for myself, it is important to love and respect each other”. Vincenzo Spadafora, former minister at altitude M5S, is moved by the guest of ‘Che tempo che fa’, on Raitre. His emotion is greeted by the applause of the audience in the hall.
Spadafora: “I homosexual, right to say it” – Video
Spadafora talks about his homosexuality in his book, ‘Unreserved’. “It was a way for me – he explains – also to testify to my political commitment. I am also very Catholic, it may seem in contradiction but it is not at all. In politics, homosexuality is also used to hurt, to strike at people. opponent, with a buzz that I wanted to turn off tonight. I hope to be considered for what I do, for what I am, and from tomorrow I will perhaps be happier because I will feel freer “.