Lesbian Admits Faking Anti-‘Gay’ ‘Hate Crime’ To Avoid Homework

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Things have sure changed since I was a boy in school. In my day, when kids wanted to get out of doing their school assignments, they simply told the teacher, “The dog ate my homework.” For the melodramatic, homosexual martyr types, though, I guess that excuse just isn’t “victimy” enough.

Less than a month ago — for those keeping track — in another of my recent articles entitled The Love of Hate: Homosexual Martyrdom Complex, I cataloged numerous instances of homosexual hate hoaxes, and now you can add one more to your long and growing list.

Apparently, there’s not still enough hate going around these days for the homosexuals’ liking so they evidently feel the destructive urge to keep ginning up new, elaborate tales. How sad is that — scary too. However, victimhood is good for the homosexual cause, don’t you know?

In an article dated May 6, Dustin Siggins reports the following for LifeSiteNews.com:

A woman who claimed to be the victim of an anti-gay “hate crime” in 2004 has admitted she faked the incident because she had not done her homework.

Mary (no last name was given in the interview), who in 2004 caused a tumult in her California town when bigoted remarks appeared on her locker, told Buzzfeed’s Sandra Allen that she faked it all because “I hadn’t done” homework assigned at least a week earlier. “None of it. Hadn’t read anything, hadn’t done the notes. I don’t remember what the assignment was, but it was something that we had a week or two to do and I hadn’t done any of it.”

“So I broke into the locker room and I graffitied my locker,” she said.

According to Mary, “The first or second period of the day, they called me out of the office. They said, ‘You can go home if you want to.’ I was like, Sweet. I went home and did my homework.”

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Oh, but that wasn’t enough for sweet little homework-cheating Mary. She couldn’t help but add some more tantalizing details to her story. One can never overdo such things — the more scandalous the better.

Siggins goes on to explain:

Mary claimed she had been hit with an egg in the face. Two local boys were arrested at gunpoint as possible suspects, and a vigil with at least 250 people was held to stand with her.

But that still wasn’t good enough. Hey, if you’re going to tell a lie, you might as well go all the way and tell a whopper. If someone gets hurt in the process, they can just chalk that up as collateral damage in the homosexual militant advance.

The crimes kept happening throughout the school year, and threatening phone calls began to be made to several homosexual teachers. Mary said she targeted the teachers in an attempt to force them out of the closet.

Mary eventually admitted to all of the deceitful crimes she committed. Describing her actions as “totally selfish,” Mary blames her horrendous actions on several stress-related issues going on in her life at time — the divorce of her parents, her sister leaving home for college, issues with teachers, and normal teenage angst. In this day and age, those sound like some of your more typical problems of youth, but most most teenagers don’t resort to turning their entire town upside down over them. Couldn’t she have just slammed her bedroom door a few times or moped around the house for a while? Or something a lot less malicious and hurtful like that.

Remember BarbWire Editor-in-Chief Matt Barber’s recent article in which he provided the special “recipe” for concocting a “fascism cocktail?” Well, these hate hoaxes are exactly what he meant when he wrote about being whipped into a frenzy!

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Jeff Allen
Jeff Allen is both a senior editor and columnist for BarbWire. He also serves as senior pastor in a mainline Christian church in Indiana. He is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene. Jeff is involved in several community ministries.

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