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08/15/2011

Video: 'Many different perspectives of disliking gays'

by Jeremy Hooper

This guy's eager to point and laugh at you:

"There's many different perspectives of disliking gays and it makes me hopeful for the future."
...
"Gays should not be invited to the party. Gays should feel discluded and ashamed and we should point and laugh at them. Yes I am petty. But I am proud of it. I am proud to be petty and to make gays feel like they're a separate entity entirely from the rest of the human race."


[JimProfitCommie]

Well you know what they say about communism: Good in theory.

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