Help me out here. I don't see how this is offensive. At all.
From the AFP:
FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Friday apologised for saying that gay fans should "refrain from sexual activity" if they go to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Gay rights activists have reacted furiously after Blatter joked that gay football fans should "refrain" from sex during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where homosexuality is illegal.
Asked about concerns over the treatment of gay fans at the tournament, Blatter responded: "I would say that they should refrain from any sexual activities."
Ummmm...perhaps I'm the only one who doesn't get this, but doesn't this seem to be a thoughtful gesture to point out, "Hey guys, if you want to have sex with other dudes, better wait until the World Cup is held in France again, because doing that in Qatar will get you arrested?"
Forget arrested, in Qatar it might be enough to get you executed.
Yet, right on cue, the "victimized" sexual anarchists issued their standard line about being outraged by the insensitivity, causing the official to have to prostrate before their un-offendable movement:
"I regret my comment, I didn't want to hurt anyone. We are against discrimination. I apologise for that comment," Blatter told a news conference ahead of Saturday's Club World Cup.
Anyone who fails to see the serious threat the homosexual lobby poses to free speech (and though it doesn't apply in this case, religious expression) is a fool. It's why the left embraces them: the homosexual crusade is yet another tool to deprive people of their civil liberties.