Gay Hate

Because whenever anyone disagrees with homosexual ethics, said persons are demonized.  Go ahead, gay activists, defend this:

If such a thing were found on a gay bar or bath-house the homosexual community (whatever that is) would be up in arms decrying, rightly, the outrageous behavior of whatever hate-monger did it.

Let’s see just how quiet it is now when someone else is a target of hatred and the perpetrator is a gay sympathizer.

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7 thoughts on “Gay Hate

  1. This comment blazoned on the side of a KKK meeting house would be equally appropriate. An anti-black notice painted on the side of a black church would draw the kind of outcry you suggest. This painted onto the side of a business who paid millions of dollars to groups opposing equal rights for American Muslims would be deserved. This on the wall of a mosque? Reprehensible.

    This was a gesture against a company spending hugely to limit other people’s rights and to discriminate against them under the law. That is always commendable, in my book.

    Plenty of privileged white men were scandalised at the tactics used by the black civil rights campaigners in the 60s too. They shared their mutual apoplexy at the disrespectful and hateful tone of these upstart blacks who just wouldn’t stop shoving their desire for equal treatment down their throats. Why can’t they be quieter about it? More civil? Less insulting? They’re an embarrassment to their own campaign! They are a disgrace to American civil society! They are beyond shame! And, after all, I’m not racist. Blacks have equal rights under the law, they can marry one another, just like whites can. If they want a change of law they should achieve it fairly and quietly through the ballot box – and wouldn’t you know, black leaders don’t get elected, so clearly they are just trying to have an unfair effect on society! They are un-American. They are communist. They must be resisted by every fair minded and reasonable American.

    Plus ca change….

    I’m sure in 50 years photos like this will be in textbooks as symbols of the struggle of another marginalized group against privilege and bigotry. A group that simply rose up and demanded that their demands be met, against and in spite of the will of the privileged majority. Just as the incidents that so scandalised the ‘reasonable’, ‘civil’ white middle-classes of the 60s are celebrated in social science texts today.

  2. It’s a shame you aren’t willing to join with your Christian brothers and sisters who are campaigning for equal marriage!

    You’d do well to re-read the Letter from Birmingham Jail and see how close the correspondence. There are always those who try to silence civil rights campaigners by claiming that they are the real bigots, their statements are the true loci of hate, their demands are the real oppression. Those with systematic privilege will always squeal at the unfairness of ceding any of it. It is a predictable, regrettably base human reaction.

    I can’t think of any feature of the reaction of whites to the civil rights movement that isn’t writ large among anti-gay activists now.

    • i do well to adhere to the clear teaching of scripture rather than align myself with a viewpoint that is tendentious and has no scriptural foundation.

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