The latest victim of anti-gay rhetoric

Published on Intrepid Report, by Mel Seesholtz, Ph.D., May 7, 2012.

I’d like all of you self-righteous anti-gay crusaders to look into the eyes of fourteen year-old Kenneth Weishuhn, Jr.

Do you see any evil there? Do you see any perversion there? Do you see any threat there?

Do you see the eyes of a young man with a life of unlimited potential cut short by the anti-gay bullying your vile rhetoric fuels and encourages? No, you probably don’t see that young man.

Hate is blinding, as you continually demonstrate. Perhaps that’s why Bryan Fischer and his American Family Association (AFA), Tony Perkins and his Family Research Council (FRC), and Peter LaBarbera and his Americans for Truth about Homosexuality (AFTAH) are all listed as “hate groups” by the Southern Poverty Law Center because of their repeated use of stereotypes and lies in combination with bogus “research” to demean and degrade gay and lesbian Americans and, along with their brethren, blame them for pretty much anything and everything.

Kenneth is the latest victim of anti-gay bullying encouraged by the religious right’s rhetoric and their efforts to curtail or stop anti-bullying legislation and policies … //

… In his “apology,” Dieter had the audacity to say, “And I want to make it clear; there was absolutely no intention to promote physical or sexual violence.” How does one advocate rape without promoting physical and sexual violence?

Bryan Fischer, Tony Perkins, Peter LaBarbera, Sean Harris, Dominic Dieter: you can’t be held legally responsible, but your constant demeaning and mocking of gay men and women makes you morally culpable for the bullying-provoked suicide deaths of young gay teens and the homophobic violence perpetrated against every gay and lesbian person. You incite and justify violence. You’re a disgrace to the religion you claim to champion. (full text).

Links:

Bracing for Demographic Winter: The Overpopulation Crisis, on Global Research.ca, by James Corbett, May 5, 2012: A new round of calls for punishing austerity and depopulation strategies have sprung up in the wake of a Royal Society report ringing the alarm on the so-called overpopulation crisis. The report, entitled “People and the Planet” was published on April 26th and followed up by a flurry of articles by the usual suspects dutifully parroting the society’s dire warnings about the future of humanity in a crowding world. Paul Ehrlich was even trotted out to chastise the Society for not going far enough in their report, instead intimating that 5 billion people would have to disappear from the face of the earth for the population to be at a “sustainable” level;

Global Alliance against Female Genital Mutilation – on FAcebook;

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