“It’s really bullying and homophobia that is morally wrong,” he said.
When asked about homosexuality and gay rights, the Dalai Lama answered: “That’s a personal matter. People who have a special tradition, you should follow according to your own tradition. … But non-believer, that’s up to them. Different form of sex? So long as it’s safe, okay. And fully agreed? Okay.
“Bullied? Abused? That’s what is wrong. That’s a violation of human rights.”
Answering to a question about same-sex marriage, he responded: “That’s up to the countries’ laws. It’s okay, I think individual business. If a couple really feels that way, practical, satisfaction … if both sides fully agree, then okay.”
Watch the interview here:
h/t: Instinct Magazine