A tale of two Lively press clippings
If Scott "the gay movement is a nuclear bomb" Lively is really shifting his focus away from the anti-gayness for which he's known (most newsworthy in recent days for his belief that the Uganda "kill gays" bill is a "step in the right direction"), then nobody bothered to tell WorldNetDaily.
Check this out. On the left is a new Boston Globe piece about Lively's supposed shift. On the right, a new WND piece touting a new edition on Lively's anti-gay propaganda book, The Pink Swastika:
Globe Link: Shift in mission for religious firebrand [BG]
WND link: Were Nazis a homosexual, pagan cult? That's the conclusion of updated classic 'The Pink Swastika' [WND]
That's the thing about careers defined by discrimination/aggression: The record is not going to change simply because the purveyor sees a need to move on to other ventures. Because we're not talking about a TV show that ends end a two hour finale, or an independent book store that sells its product to the national megachain. We are talking about human lives and the persecution thereof. The mud from that hurtful business is thick and caked on to our shared society. It's going to take much, more more than anecdotes and mainstream press clippings to wash off.
*SEE ALSO: A video about why we are suddenly supposed to be happy with his work:
*SEE ALSO: Alvin McEwen on WND's piece: World Net Daily trying to exploit criticism of book linking gays to the Nazi party [PHB]
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