Poland belongs to a transnational body that exercises real authority over member states. This body, the European Union, forbids discrimination against homosexuals. Poland thinks it is in accord with the law to protect homosexuals from discrimination, even as it seeks to ban the promotion of homosexuality! Probably the Poles think that anti-homosexual discrimination consists of things like outright persecution, incitement of hatred and violence, and so forth. But the EU evidently interprets anti-homosexual discrimination as any statement or policy that suggests that homosexuality is in any way less good for human beings than heterosexuality. Where the EU thinking ultimately ends up, of course, is a law like the Sexual Orientation Regulations in Britain, which make it unlawful even for a Catholic adoption agency not to adopt children to same-sex couples. I don't think the Poles realize yet what they have gotten into. They have subjected their country to an egalitarian juggernaut that will not stop until it has eliminated every conceivable type of anti-minority discrimination from every square inch - excuse me, every square centimeter – of the cosmos.