Company raises controversy by creating app that identifies whether child will be gay

The French company Fireworld has caused controversy by spreading espionage software to find out “if your son is gay.”

According to the BBC’s website, the technology offered a service that enabled hacking Facebook accounts to find out if their kids got into LGBT-oriented websites.

Then the text posted on the internet by the company listed “clues” that could suggest if the child is homosexual, among them: “be careful with yourself”, get interested in theater and books more than football, have piercings and like singers Pop

The text went out of the air after being denounced by LGBT groups. The excluded report also said that “family is fundamental. That is why the sexual orientation of your children, directly responsible for the continuation of your family, is very important to you.”

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