Anti-Gay Message Cake
Along with the discrimination, hate, and unrest that’s been happening with a few so-called good Christian bakers right here in the US who have refused to bake gay wedding cakes, there’s now another spin to add to the story of free speech, religious freedom, and really nasty people. And aside from everything else, that seriously is what it comes down to…nasty people who carry pitchforks in the name of religion…the holy ones.
This particular holy one went into a bakery in Colorado and asked the baker to make a cake with a bible. She had no problem with that. But when the holy one asked her to write some kind of vituperative statement about gays on the cake, the baker declined and now she’s facing legal issues as a result.
The holy one claims the baker discriminated against his religious beliefs for not putting a hate message on the cake. The holy one filed a complaint.
Married couple Brian Copeland and Greg Bullard have been searching for the perfect school to send their young son. Their first priority in seeking a quality education, was a place that would be safe for their child — a school where their family would be welcomed. Additionally, as Greg is Senior Pastor at a local church, a school where a focus on faith was also important.
So Brian asked a friend about Davidson Academy, a Christian school with no direct affiliation to any religious organization or church. The friend seemed to think the school would be very amenable to a family like theirs, in fact a representative from Davidson had told this friend exactly that when they inquired.
I’m sure the two gay dads are very good people. I don’t doubt that at all. I’m sure they believe in what they are doing, for whatever reasons that I’ll never fully understand. But why they would subject an innocent kid to that backward kind of thinking just passes me by. It’s not like fucking Harvard rejected them. Plus, I’m a strong believer in the public school system and the separation of church and state. Get your faith and bible at home.
Patrick Stewart Flattered to Be Gay
Those who follow me have been listening to me harp about the way some straight men always seem to take offense when someone mistakes them for being gay. It’s like the world ends, their dicks fall off, and nothing else could be worse than calling them gay. And that kind of gay shame freaks me out more than the honest holy one who wants to write gay hate speech on cakes. At least I know where I stand with the holy one. He’s telling me the truth. But these straight guys who claim to support gays and then go batshit whenever someone suggests they might be gay really bothers me.
But that seems to be changing. This is the second time today I’ve seen a comment like this from a straight guy who was mistaken as gay.
Patrick Stewart says he was “flattered” when The Guardian mistakenly identified him as gay in a 2014 article.
The 74-year-old “X-Men” star tells The Advocate he was ultimately proud of the assumption, which appeared in a Feb. 17 article detailing Ellen Page’s coming out, penned by writer Jane Czyzselska.
“Indeed the first contact I had was from Ian McKellen, who sent me an email saying, ‘Congratulations!’ And I accepted the congratulations and said, ‘I think this is a very distinctive honor that I’ve been awarded,’” he recalls in a new interview with Jase Peeples of The Advocate.
Now that’s how you handle the situation. Take note, little Harry Potter man. When this topic was discussed with Daniel Radcliff and I posted about it here, I was amazed at how many times Radcliff had to let the world know he had a girlfriend. But even more amazed at how many gay men were willing to let him off the hook. Self-loathing comes in many forms and takes years to understand.
Here’s a quote from Radcliff:
‘I’m pleased my girlfriend (Erin Darke) comes up before alcoholic or gay,’ Radcliffe says.
He’s pleased….because you know he’s not gay, of course.
You can read the rest of the Patrick Stewart article here.