Meet Diana Medley (pictured), a special needs teacher in Sullivan, Indiana, who doesn’t like gay people. She’s one of a vocal minority of community members and students in Sullivan who are advocating for a gay-free prom. The small group congregated in a local church to hash out how to plan a “traditional plan” free of gay kids, and Medley led the charge.
“I believe that it was life circumstances and they chose to be that way; God created everyone equal,” said Medley, who clearly has a background in biology and genetics. She went on to stress that “homosexual students come to me with their problems, and I don’t agree with them, but I care about them.” Who wants to bet that she won’t ever find a gay kid on her doorstep again. She then went on to equate gay people with special needs people, because of course.
Not deep enough in the hole yet, Medley went on to say that gay people have “no purpose” in life. “I don’t think so, I’m sorry, I don’t. I don’t understand it,” she said. Keep reading »
Married couple Ariel and Shawnee McPhail recently enjoyed a meal at the Stingray Cafe in New Bern, North Carolina. After they settled the bill and were preparing to leave, cafe owner Ed McGovern handed the couple a letter explaining, basically, that God hates gays.
The letter read in full:
God said in the last days that man and women would be lover of self, more then the lover of God.That man and woman would have unnatural effection for one another. Then, the coming of the Son of Man, who is Jesus. So please, look at your life. See how it hurt every one around you. And ask the Lord to open your eye before it to late.The Love of ChristP.S. my daughter also was gay. It destroy her life and my grandson.
So that was great.
The McPhails are speaking out about the incident because “if we’re experiencing it, then other people are too and that’s not fair,” said Ariel McPhail. When McGovern was reached for comment, he confirmed that he had given the women the letter. And that he’s previously given another lesbian couple a letter, because he is apparently on full-time lesbian watch.
McGovern claims he saw the McPhails kissing in front his restaurant prior to their coming in, though the couple says they were only holding hands. And that begs the observation that McGovern was offended enough to write a letter but not offended enough to refuse the couple’s money. Now those are some principles. [WCTI12]
As we all learned last year, Chick-fil-A’s secret seasoning blend includes a heaping spoonful of homophobia and a generous slathering of bigotry. In response, the Chick-fil-A Foundation, a comedy group that parodies conservative “family values” organizations, created this fake coupon offering a free chicken sandwich to anyone who renounced their homosexuality. It’s a hilarious piece of satire on its own, with fine print stipulations like, “Offer only applies to persons currently choosing to be gay,” but when the guys from the Chick-fil-A Foundation decided to put their bogus coupon to the test, something really crazy happened: Chick-fil-A redeemed it. After the jump, check out a video of the encounter… Keep reading »
Is your boyfriend still being kind of a wiener when it comes to gay marriage? If he’s still making insecure cracks about Adam and Steve, you might do well to show him this sobering video — where gay men threaten to marry straight girls if straight guys don’t start accepting same-sex unions. It’s true — gay dudes are generally less sloppy and more sensitive than their straight counterparts. This could be a total thing! [College Humor]