Author Topic: LGBT Mega-Donor Reveals Next Goal: 'Punish the Wicked' Gay Marriage Opponents  (Read 308 times)

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A prominent LGBT activist who has donated more than anyone else to LGBT causes has said that "wicked" people who advocate for laws protecting the religious freedom of conservative Christians to act in accordance with their views on marriage and sexuality need to be "punished."
The Rolling Stone recently published a lengthy profile piece examining the contributions of Tim Gill, a software entrepreneur who has quietly been at the forefront of the push for same-sex marriage and LGBT rights in the United States over the past several decades.


http://www.christianpost.com/news/lgbt-mega-donor-reveals-next-goal-punish-the-wicked-gay-marriage-opponents-190307/

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Apparently they want to gain acceptance by the use of fear.
 The same-sex marriage argument is nothing but a plea for acceptance anyway, and it's failed.
 We see this use of fear and all the lawsuits on small businesses for not excepting and participating in their way of life. Shutting down these small businesses is supposed to bring the rest of us to humble ourselves. Well it's not working.

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A prominent LGBT activist who has donated more than anyone else to LGBT causes has said that "wicked" people who advocate for laws protecting the religious freedom of conservative Christians to act in accordance with their views on marriage and sexuality need to be "punished."
The Rolling Stone recently published a lengthy profile piece examining the contributions of Tim Gill, a software entrepreneur who has quietly been at the forefront of the push for same-sex marriage and LGBT rights in the United States over the past several decades.


http://www.christianpost.com/news/lgbt-mega-donor-reveals-next-goal-punish-the-wicked-gay-marriage-opponents-190307/

 OK what about non-wicked people who are against same-sex marriage because of religious beliefs?