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04/26/2012

Why we do this? Because 'I Kill Gays For Fun' sites still happen

by Jeremy Hooper

The site is now gone. But as Kelly Canfield at FireDogLake notes: until last night, this Facebook page had been up since April 9th:"

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Hategroup on Facebook: “I Kill Gays For Fun” [FDL]

The homo-homicide isn't enough? It has to also be a "for fun" experience? One one-stop shop for both genocide and joy?

I'm confident that virtually every "pro-family" person you read about on this site would also denounce this page. That being said, it is certainly not pro-equality rhetoric that's bringing out the ugliest, most demented form of "culture war" engagement we can imagine.

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