Thank you, Mr. Parsi.
There are 20 seconds left, and Mr. Ehsassi has kindly allowed me to take that time.
Mr. Tomlinson, I recently heard some Jamaican music—Jamaica exports a lot of music to the world—that was not only horrifically homophobic; it was also misogynistic and propagated violence, quite specifically against gays.
We have hate crimes legislation, but there's also the whole concept of protecting the arts. Could you, succinctly please, tell us the consequences of this sort of music in Jamaica? What are the real consequences of that sort of music?