Tag Archives: homophobia

Are you gay? You must have a fart demon.

According to Bert Farias of Holy Fire ministries anyway. He’s adamant that stinky demons live in every gay person. Fart demons. In an interview with Charisma magazine, Farias begged gay people to “not get upset with me” as he explained … Continue reading

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So that conference is over.. but re-education has to begin

Growing up I must have known people who were gay, but if they were, they were completely and totally mum about it and I remain ignorant of their number to this day. Even into high school, I have no idea … Continue reading

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Charity in chagrin; admits McFarlane wrongfully dismissed

A part two to a story I mentioned earlier this week – Relate has relented on the dismissal of Gary McFarlane for refusing to provide sex advice (and psycho-sexual therapy) to gays and lesbians. Mr McFarlane, who started training with … Continue reading

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Thoughts on anti-gay thinking

A relationship counsellor in the UK holds that his Christian beliefs grant him the freedom to avoid counselling gay couples. The national counselling service, Relate, disagrees. The father-of-two says his religious beliefs were not taken into account and is claiming … Continue reading

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Westboro Baptists picket Obama’s gramma

Zero shock finding that out. Democratic Underground has copied the press release for the world to read. Obama says his grandmother Dunham raised him, and, her “influence on his manner and the way he viewed the world was substantial.” If … Continue reading

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If you’re against gay-marriage, you might be against thinking with your brain

This quote kills me. “In the minds of many people, Proposition 8 is the most important thing nationally on the ballot,” said Tony Perkins, president of the Washington-based Family Research Council, which supports the measure. “We have survived bad presidents. … Continue reading

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Aboriginal artwork on display leads to strange conclusion

The Govenor General of Canada has chosen to display a painting by Norval Morrisseau in Rideau Hall, Her Excellency Michaëlle Jean’s official residence in Ottawa. In Androgyny, Morrisseau represents the Ojibway shaman’s world view, showing a thriving and bountiful world … Continue reading

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