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[Discourse on a failed Christian shoemaker's game called "Kill the Faggot". Bolding mine.]

One can be afraid of gay people without being hateful or a bigot. That is, if he is actually referring to fear of gay people and not the bastardized colloquial meaning. One can even dislike (the colloquial meaning) people without being hateful or a bigot.

Hell, I wouldn't even label him a bigot for this over-the-top production. On its own, at least. He very well could be. And probably is. But you aren't automatically a bigot if you dislike an aspect of people. I'm pretty solidly against tattoos, but I'm certainly not unfairly disliking people with tattoos.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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