Yes, when a radical social experiment like the legalisation of homosexual marriage takes place, everything changes.
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Mark Poidevin had the courage to appear on a strongly pro-homosexual radio station, Wave FM 96.5. He shocked the two hosts of the show when he said they did not want marriage.
Every now and then you will happen upon an article or talk made by someone claiming to be a conservative that seeks to argue that homosexual marriage is somehow a conservative value. Let me cut to the quick: no, it is not a conservative value, and the person trying to make that case is very likely not a real conservative.
Christian conservatives – specifically, those who care for the elderly – would be among the first to be jailed should this bill become law.
For years we have heard that the homosexual movement cannot grow by reproduction, so it must grow by seduction, especially in our schools. Gay activists have been deeply offended by that statement.
Many argue that people are born homosexual; that the tendency to be physically attracted to the same sex is, for some, beyond their control.
I will commend Trump when he does something right. I will criticize him when he does something bad or wrong, such as the healthcare debacle.
Scary Mommy’s soon to be ex-hubby (aka Selfish Daddy) told his young sons that “Mommy and Daddy are going to be happy now and happier people make better parents.”
Hollywood, academia, sympathetic politicians and activists convey the impression that enormous numbers of people are gay, lesbian or transgender.
In the unfolding spectacle of the Yiannopoulos scandal, America is being introduced to a far more potent and phenomenon: Sodom Syndrome.
Perhaps a better question is “What’s LOVE got to do with it?” when it comes to Planned Parenthood or HRC’s role in redefining sexual norms.
The BSA is near death, thanks to the most recent decision by the BSA leadership to admit girls who want to be boys.
When the liberal Left, and especially homosexual activists, claim victimhood or oppression, it is safer to assume they are lying or embellishing.
David Hall is a hero for standing up and saying “no” to the lies and depravity wrapped up in on-the-job homosexual “diversity” training. He may lose his federal government job in Illinois.
SMUG alleges that Pastor Scott Lively went to Uganda a number of years ago, infused brand new ideas in their minds, and they then began to pass laws that would restrict homosexual practices.
The revolution to recast homoerotic activity as morally, ontologically, and teleologically equivalent to heterosexuality has been built on a foundation of lies, and one by one those lies are being exposed.
We’ve heard it for years now. “Love is love. I have the right to marry the one I love. Love wins.” Well, if these slogans are true, why can’t a mother marry her adult son? Why is that wrong?
The Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, intends to name a naval ship after Harvey Milk, the first openly homosexual official in the United States.
Some, perhaps many, within the Republican Party have of late been fawning over allegedly conservative activist Milo Yiannopoulis. For those who remain blessedly unaware of him, he is a foul mouthed, British, homosexual.
The following is a list of President Barack Obama’s homosexual-bisexual-transgender agenda “achievements,” produced by Human Rights Campaign, the world’s most powerful and well-funded LGBT lobby organization.
If a member of the military is a married homosexual, he can commit adultery with virtual impunity. But if a heterosexual married man does the same thing, he’ll find himself on trial for his military career and could face up to a year in the brig.
President Barack Obama’s most recent action to establish a pro-LGBT national monument is recognized as something that helps to clarify his legacy once he leaves office in January.
With great interest, I read your “Open Letter to My Conservative Christian Family: A Response to the Orlando Shooting.”
Over the last dozen years, I have done my best to listen to the stories of the LGBT community, especially those who profess faith in Jesus, and just as many of those stories touched me deeply, your open letter did as well.
In the wake of several tragedies, I agree it’s important to discern the enemy’s attack. Surely, we need to understand what spirits are operating in Orlando, Florida.
A militant homosexual activist blamed me for the shooting. He singled me and a few other Christian leaders, and tweeted: “You weren’t the gunman, but you’re the culture that built him. You’re the bullets in his gun.”
In the aftermath of the Orlando massacre, leftist voices are not only blaming conservative Christians for the tragedy, they are now calling on Christians to renounce their sacred beliefs and historic convictions, as if holding to a biblical definition of marriage leads to mass murder.
Secular “progressives” have, rather than addressing the Allahu Akbar-yelping camel in the tent, twisted themselves into knots of self-righteous indignation to somehow blame American Christians, Republicans and the NRA.
So a homosexual Muslim slaughters 50 other homosexuals, and it is all the fault of conservatives and Christians. Yes, of course – that makes perfect sense to me. How could it be otherwise?
Openly-homosexual anchor Anderson Cooper of CNN interviewed Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi in Orlando yesterday, in the wake of Saturday’s night massacre committed by a Muslim homosexual at a prominent homosexual nightclub.
Ff you commit adultery and abandon your family out of heterosexual desires, you are a despicable human being. But if you do it out of homosexual desires, you are a hero and champion.