RECENT  POSTS:  » Man who insinuated it's better to be thrown into sea than support homosexuality attended #SB101 signing ceremony » Considering vast (and frankly odd) amount of time he spends talking about us, no wonder Tony Perkins thinks we're 'special' » FRC keeps lying about where majority of Americans stand on marriage equality » Audio: Indiana restaurant owner openly discriminates against gays, glad to have added protection to do so » Indiana legislature, Gov. Pence awaken a fierce, powerful, anti-discrimination giant » Eleven Republican US Sens. give anti-gay conservatives a taste of a near and less divisive future » NOM proudly touts #March4Marriage backers who believe homosexuality 'should be treated by society as immoral, dangerous perversion' » Video: Gee, with compelling videos like this one, I just can't imagine why the anti-gay right is losing in court » #TBT: Even after legal equality, Americans—and particularly religious Americans—struggle to accept certain marriages » Indiana threatens its commerce, tourism dollars, reputation, general welfare of its citizenry  

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

11/28/2012

Video: Rick Warren likens homosexuality to 'punching guy in the nose', arsenic

by Jeremy Hooper

It's the tenth anniversary of his Purpose Driven Life bestseller, so all kinds of shows are giving megapastor Rick Wareen the feel good treatment. Meanwhile, Warren continues his mission of making LGBT people feel as damaged, vulnerable, and broken as he possibly can:


(Via RawStory)

Arsenic, Rick? Really? Can't we at least just be like day-old milk or a spoiled can of beat juice? Must we really be as "natural-but-bad" as a full-blown poison?

Pagebreak-205

**EARLIER: The time he compared gays to incest or pedophilia, as well as likened the gay "struggle" to anger or having multiple sexual partners:


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