Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Day of Homophobic Assholes

Wow, I couldn't even keep the anger out of the title this time. MSNBC has an article about the "Day of Truth" which is scheduled to be the day after the "Day of Silence." The Day of SIlence is billed as a day condemning the harassment of homosexual students in schools. But this is all a cover you realize, the Day of Silence is just another way of promoting the Gay Agenda.

What Gay Agenda you ask? Well, clearly all gays want everyone else to be gay! How could you have forgotten already. Remember Spongebob? He's all about turning everyone gay. Because if one person is gay, then everyone should be gay. And once everyone is gay then the human race will die out, the ultimate goal of the gays! First they are going to make it OK to be gay, and then they will brainwash you until you too are Gay! You have to be careful because the gays can so easily brainwash you. While reading this article be careful of the quotes from the GLSEN, you might catch THE GAY!

This article does bring up a good point though. If the gays get their day, so do the Homophobic Assholes. They don't have a right to expect us to agree with them, but they do have a right to make sure that everyone knows they are Homphobic Assholes.

2 comments:

- said...

Hey if you plan any further coverage of the anti-gay "Day of Truth" this year I wanted to bring your attention to a Youtube video I made examining some of the more troubling aspects of the Day of Truth -- Specifically how the DOT is little more than a thinly veiled attempt to promote "pray away the gay" programs to queer youth.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI4-eDG3Bb0

This video covers the little discussed founding of the DOT by Tyler Chase Harper, a high-schooler who told his gay classmates they should be ashamed and are condemned by God. The video also reveals a great deal of troubling material on the DOT's website including information discussing anal sex, bathhouses and a fake medical condition made up by the anti-gay right called "gay bowel syndrome." Some of this material is furnished by Mission America, an organization that actually includes in it's mission statement the need to defend the nation against witchcraft.

-Dan Gonzales
(I myself am a survivor of one of the "ex-gay" programs promoted by the Day of Truth)

Anonymous said...

I am straight, but I don't see why people hate gays. Hating gays is as illogical as hating blacks or hating short people! They are who they are, they aren't asking you to be gay, they just want you to be ok with them being gay! Leave them be and they'll leave you be. If some gay guy hits on you, I'm not saying you have to return their affections, but don't kick his a** because of it. Accept everyone for who they are and our whole world will be a nicer place for everyone and our children. There aren't enough gays, and there never will be enough gays to kill off our race because we are too vain to not want to have mini-mes running around anyways. So just chillax.