The New Gay Bashing: Yikes!

Via Karl Saliter
on Jan 23, 2013
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New York Times Opinion
New York Times Opinion

Evangelical Christian churches in the states are now funding gay bashing in Africa.

It is untethered, ramped-up hate.

Today’s NYT Opinion has a video piece on it, so so creepy.

Alan Watts would love this. Religion, again, intolerance and nastiness disguised as love of God.


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Ed: Kate Bartolotta


About Karl Saliter

Karl is a circus artist sculptor writer miscreant gypsy, living in Mexico. He has written two novels, "Compassion's Bitch," and "Breakfast In A Cloud," and has published neither. He often feels as if he was born under a silver whale of a frisbee moon in the back of a red cartoon pickup truck. That careening down route 66 at speed, he leapt up into the cab, took the wheel, stuck his baby elbow out the rolled-down window, and that though the truck had awesome chrome mirrors, he never looked back. He hopes you frequently feel the same.


6 Responses to “The New Gay Bashing: Yikes!”

  1. karlsaliter says:

    I mean, really, seriously, yikes.

  2. Probably would be good to have stock in hate. It may go down for awhile but if you can hang on you can be sure it will eventually go right back up.

  3. F__ckUpWorld says:

    Seriously, it is also part of the Uganda government, the majority of the Uganda people are christian, of course as politician I will do anything to align myself with the so called "majority" in order to keep my job, to keep my paycheck coming, to keep getting the vote and eventually becoming a president or a prime minister bla bla bla.

    Also think again why the Evangelical American are willing to help Uganda people, because they are united based on the common religion the so called "Christian" bla bla bla……

    The best way for those LGBT people who currently lives in Uganda is to move out of the country as soon as possible, because there is no way they gonna win against the so called "majority" if the bill become the law.

  4. Karl Saliter says:

    Dire and ugly, isn’t it?

  5. Karl Saliter says:

    Ha! Too bad I have it all tied up in debt!

  6. I can't believe this. This is something what i never want to see.