PRIDE DOES NOT CELEBRATE DIVERSITY OR INCLUSIVITY - HOW CAN IT WHEN IT OFFENDS PRACTICING CHRISTIANS & THOSE WHO DONT BELIEVE IN THE SEXUALISATION OF CHILDREN. So stick your warning up your Arse! @VoWalesOfficial @DavidVance @DaveAtherton
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IT OFFENDS PRACTICING CHRISTIANS
No, only YOU bigots. Plenty of practicing Christians choose(*) not to be offended by other people’s existence.
(*)To quote a recent comment from myself here:
”One of my strong beliefs is that, for all the things in this world we cannot control, one choice we can always make is to NOT be assholes towards each other. Hence why I tend to have little tolerance for assholes, they simply chose to be that way.”
…meanwhile, the oh so
Christian Josh Buggar.
Stick that up your arse and smoke it, VoiceofFAILS.
Fun fact bigots don’t have a monopoly in Christianity or religion in general! In fact there are many religious organizations that have been vital homes and communities for LGBTQ+ for decades. I get it, being bigoted is part of your religion, but guess what? You don’t get to speak for everyone else. If pride bothers you so much go take a vacation somewhere else.
“PRIDE DOES NOT CELEBRATE DIVERSITY OR INCLUSIVITY - HOW CAN IT WHEN IT OFFENDS PRACTICING CHRISTIANS”
Diversity and inclusivity are not binary. You can’t say there’s no diversity because one group is not included. I mean, it offends Nazis, too.
Actually, YOU’RE the ones choosing to be outside the fellowship, here.
“& THOSE WHO DONT BELIEVE IN THE SEXUALISATION OF CHILDREN.”
Teaching kids that gays exist, and not demonizing those gays, is not sexualizing the kids. In fact, it’s ensuring that when your kid comes out, it won’t be a secret kept from you.
No they don’t have a monopoly whatsoever! There are several churches and synagogues in Denver that serve LGBT people. While I’m not a religious person, I think that’s awesome. And this bullshit about how being LGBT is “offensive” to Christians… I know a number of LGBT people that
Being LGBT is
not antithetical to Christ’s message… but I feel like being a bigot is…
When Hull was City of Culture, this was raised at a certain place in Bridlington:
Wouldn’t surprise me if Humberside Police there did the same every Pride Month since 2017.
What are you
personally going to do about it? I’ve seen officers here in Hull wielding H&K MP7s: so many outside of London have that as the standard weapon.
Including Bridlington, I’d wager.
where is your ‘God’ now: especially as - since earlier today - they’ll have ‘CIIIR’ on their helmets/caps.
His Majesty’s Constabulary.
And as King Charles III is head of the Church of England:
Romans 13:1-7, and all that ‘Opinion’-destroying jazz…!
Straw men to push "child and family attack cabals", to protect their own cabals, so I recommend
Also, this may as well be some Russian or Turning Point USA troll, or whatever...
Other than reality denial, in a way that's also the promotion of misanthropy: encouragement to be offended by humanity. People offended by reality on many levels exist (like the discoveries that the universe is not anthropocentric, putting myths in perspective), but here it's also about the existence of other humans who just like them, don't fit in their unrealistic idealist mold. Many people understand that civilization is diverse and will be offended by some things and especially actual crimes, relying on a justice system they consider to be fair to avoid degradation in chaos and savagery, vigilantism and personal revenge. In general distrust propaganda like this, innocent people are turned into monster straw men, the law and the world are misconstrued as evil, etc. The victims are not only the indoctrinated suffering of related mental health issues, like the inability to adapt to society, but the innocent and random people they target because of their conditioned madness as well. And sometimes even society, if they get to oppress it using abusive laws that can go up to savagery and crimes against humanity...
So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!
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