RECENT  POSTS:  » Ireland: Not only a practical win, but also another tremendous psychological shift » Hillary Clinton campaign honors Harvey Milk, LGBTQ rights » You don't have to pounce on every less-than-pro-gay retailer, anti-gay conservatives! » Video: Tony Perkins tells pastors they 'may have five years' before being 'dragged kicking and screaming from your church' » What to even say about Josh Duggar? » GOP prez candidates lining up for NOM-sponsored event in Iowa » Video: Ted Cruz tells viciously anti-gay Family Research Council he's got their back on anti-gay discrimination » Scouts prez seeks long overdue end to offensive stigma » FRC prays against Dan Savage 'spewing upon our nation'; I'll let Dan make that joke himself » Sen. (and prez candidate) Cruz to join extreme anti-LGBT activists at Family Research Council event (#WOTW15)  

« Go back a post || Return to G-A-Y homepage || Haul tail to next post »

01/26/2011

No, FRC: We said the wedding is semi-formal, not chain mail and rapier!

by Jeremy Hooper

As a legally married gay man, I really do have to wonder sometimes what, exactly, groups like the Family Research Family Council hope to do to my family:

Screen Shot 2011-01-26 At 6.14.05 Pm
[SOURCE for FRC's ridiculous graphic]

Because come on: A sword-wielding knight? For the cause of rolling back a fellow American's benign civil peace? It may not make me feel threatened, per se. But it certainly doesn't make me question whether my husband and I were supposed to have exchanged shields rather than rings.

space gay-comment gay-G-A-Y-post gay-email gay-writer-jeremy-hooper


Your thoughts

comments powered by Disqus

G-A-Y Comments Policy


 
Related Posts with Thumbnails