Wednesday, August 19, 2015

'Anti-gay right losing battles and their minds' & other Wed midday news briefs

Pat Robertson wants lgbts to call his network. Ain't no way . . .

Editor's note - Several of today's news items spotlights how anti-gay figures are ratcheting up the "crazy" against the lgbt community. The important thing to remember is that these are some of the same folks who crying out for the anti-lgbt "religious freedom" bills because, according to them, gays are trying to destroy so-called traditional values. That's why this morning's post is so important for folks to read and send out:

Pat Robertson: Gays Can Never Be Happy, Call My Network For 'Freedom' From Homosexuality - I admit it. When I was attempting to be comfortable with my gay orientation, I would call Pat Robertson's network. Never mind what I said but to this day, it still amazes me how quickly some people hang up phones.

 Lively: 'The Widespread Acceptance Of Homosexuality By Society Is The Harbinger Of The Wrath Of God' - Scott Lively and "Porno" Pete LaBarbera in one place at the same time AND nothing supernaturally destructive happened? Why not destroy my belief in Santa Claus next?

  'I Was Born That Way': Bryan Fischer Claims He Was Born Christian, Repulsed By Homosexuality - To be "born Christian," one has to be born in the first place. I've always envisioned Bryan Fischer crawling out of something in a deep, stinky swamp.

 Okay, let's not focus completely on the crazy anti-gay right:

 Conservative Christians Are Still Fighting Gay Marriage, But It's An Uphill Battle Against The Courts - Usually I'm not one for "counting chickens before they hatch," but I think folks can forgive me for going "HA! HA! HA!" just this once. 

 Same-Sex Couples Still Cannot Marry In Small Pockets Of The U.S. - Even though we have won, there are still puddles of nonsense we need to stamp out.  

Texas Clerk Gets The Bill For Her 'Religious Freedom' Claim - Deny the rights, give up the money. 

 The White House Just Hired Its First Ever Out Transgender Official- Wonderful milestone. But still more work to do. So much work.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Brian Fischer is partly right about being born christian. Most people take on the religion of their parents. It is more about indoctrination than choice especially if you are told since infancy that you are christian, muslim.......