Stop Murder Music
|Gay free zone|
|Fighting the gay agenda|
|That ye be not judged|
Stop Murder Music is an international campaign seeking to oppose musicians whose lyrics glorify violence against homosexuals. It is jointly run by three gay rights groups: Outrage!, the Black Gay Men's Advisory Group, and the Jamaica-based J-Flag. Peter Tatchell is closely involved with the campaign's British chapter, while its Canadian division was founded by Akim Larcher.
The campaign has a particular focus on the music of Jamaica. In 2008, Stop Murder Music Canada called for a complete boycott on Jamaican music until the country's government does more to tackle homophobic violence; the previous year the campaign had successfully forced the cancellations of Ontario concerts by Sizzla, Elephant Man, Capleton, Baby Cham, and Beenie Man.