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Saturday, July 22, 2006

Intolerance of another kind

Usually when you hear about intolerance, it's directed at you-know-who... Christians, at least those of the Evangelical or Charismatic variety. So I was a little surprised to read about the mainstream press actually noticing alleged intolerance by homosexuals in Massachusetts against heterosexuals. I wonder if the legal machinery of discrimination will be sued against homosexuals. That would be an interesting twist. From the excellent site Agape Press:

A Massachusetts pro-family activist says he is not surprised by recent reports of homosexuals directing hate speech against heterosexuals in one Cape Cod community.

Police in Provincetown told the Boston Globe that, over the July 4 weekend, they received numerous complaints of homosexuals calling heterosexual people "breeders." The paper also says Jamaican workers reported being the target of racial slurs, and a woman was verbally accosted after signing a petition that opposed same-sex "marriage."

Brian Camenker, who heads the conservative pro-family group Article 8 Alliance, says such behavior illustrates the militancy of the homosexual activist movement. "This whole business of 'breeders' and everything else, I guess that's sort of new, for them to do it publicly," he says, "but I'm going to tell you, that is the nature of the homosexual movement."

I haven't been able to find the Globe's article yet. Continue to pray for Massachusetts and the pro-family efforts there and in Connecticut.

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1 comment:

Peter Wolfgang said...

Nick, thanks for posting this. We used to have a feature called "Letters from our Tolerant Opposition" on the FIC web site so people could see for themselves some of the vile hate mail our opponents send us. The intolerance of the supposed champions of diversity is the great untold story of the same-sex "marriage" fight here in CT.