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02/13/2008

Some never recover from learning teen crush was gay

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 2-127This is how MassResistance's Amy Contrada introduces a new piece that's she penned in opposition to transgender acceptance:

"The culture of death has created a compulsion in the souls of the homosexual radicals and their "trans" allies, driving them ever further into new perversions. There is no bottom to this pit of depravity, and they will drag many innocent victims along with them: the young, the lonely, the psychologically and physically wounded, the confused – including some of your children and grandchildren, family, friends and neighbors. There will be no safe haven. You cannot cocoon in your homes or churches. Our public schools, businesses, public accommodations (which may include churches), your employers and insurers, will all be forced to yield to yet-undefined perversions, protected by law."

Oh, Amy. Valentine's Day isn't until tomorrow, you flatterer!

The Coming Nightmare of a “Transsexual Rights and Hate Crimes" Law in Massachusetts:Why Bill H1722 Must Be Defeated [MassResistance]
**Contrada photo courtesy of QueerToday.com

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Hmmm. I wonder if she would mind sharing some of those yet undefined perversions. I'm just curious. Still, Mr. Ed and I have been together for a very long time. Of course, she may think that our Valentine's Day dinner and a movie is a perversion.

Posted by: Mike in the Tndra | Feb 13, 2008 2:28:52 PM

I think the following is the most interesting sentence in the piece:

Massachusetts House Bill #1722 would add the phrase “gender identity or expression” to many different chapters of existing state law, designating a new protected class of people who may not be discriminated against.

I added the emphasis to the end. Is it my imagination, or did Amy Contrada just unintentionally admit that she's upset that there might soon be fewer people she's allowed to discriminate against?

Posted by: Jarred | Feb 13, 2008 2:44:20 PM

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