Seriously?

Written by scott on January 21st, 2014

Seriously?Here’s the the latest in our ongoing series of some of the crazy things the anti-gay, anti-marriage equality folks are saying and doing around the world.

Gay Marriage Will Bring the Antichrist
That’s what anti-gay Pastor Robert Jeffress thinks, saying Obama is laying the groundwork for the rise of the devil. Somehow, it seems much more likely that someone who advocates hate is laying the groundwork for something bad to happen, don’t you think?
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Smoking, Drinking, and Stress Make Babies Gay
At least that’s the contention of a new study out of Amsterdam. So what kind of baby does eating lots of twinkies get you?
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Daddy Killed a HomosexualDaddy Killed a Homosexual at The Highway Rest Area
That’s the title of the Facebook making the rounds on Facebook. And Facebook doesn’t seem to care. Would they mind if it said daddy killed a right-wing bigot?
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MLK Would Have Been a Bigot, Just Like Us
The National Organization for Marriage’s Brian Brown is cloaking his organization in the flag of civil rights. Joe.My.God points out the holes in his argument.
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You Have No Right to Have Children
Maltese Nationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil Is claiming that no one has a right to have kids, so it’s perfectly fine to block gay and lesbian couples from having them. If that’s the case, why not ban everyone?
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We’ll Erupt if the Supremes Let Gays Marry
If the US Supreme Court legalizes marriage equality nationwide, the chairman of the National Organization for Marriage, John Eastman, predicted an “eruption”. What, another one? Aren’t they erupting all the time?
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Homosexuality Is a Defect, Like High Blood Pressure
The New Catholic Cardinal in Spain thinks that homosexuality is a defect that should be corrected. Does he know that bigotry is a defect that can be corrected?
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5 Comments so far ↓

  1. Mark says:

    Proofread much?

  2. Evidently, those who preach anti gay have never read King Solomen’s Song of Sharon, which he wrote to a man.

  3. scott says:

    I try, I really do. We work on this blog basically for free, and have to find time to post the ever increasing number of stories that come to us in LGBT rights and marriage equality. I use a voice recognition program that’s pretty good, and re-read it as I go, but time constraints sometimes make me miss some errors. :::sigh::: Thanks for pointing them out.

  4. Bill says:

    Mark; Be happy that we have this blog to read. Russha may not have it. Just be happy. or not.

  5. Rich says:

    Keep up the good work Scott. BTW, I believe the book and the hate Facebook site have been removed by Facebook.

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