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12/07/2007

Video: Because clips of lesbians paying bills are just not as fear-mongery

by Jeremy Hooper

We would never use Mardi Gras, a bachelorette party, Spring Break, a typical night at a straight club, the Playboy Mansion, or any other place where revelry is the order of the day in order to represent heterosexual lives. Our opposition, however, sees no problem using gay pride parades for such purposes:

But then again, they also use one-sided and shortsighted interpretations of a handful of select Biblical passages in order to deny the humanity and morality of millions of individuals. So why would we expect them to see the difference between everyday life and a one day, let-it-all go spectacle of garish revelry, when they refuse to see that a man-written, multi-interpreted book with thousands of pages should be looked at with an analytical eye?

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