AFTAH Exclusive: NYC parade belies SCOTUS claim that homosexual marriage “safeguards children”; homo-fascist tells AFTAH president that freedom doesn’t apply to him because ‘you’re anti-gay”
PART ONE: WARNING: Offensive images, expletives and graphic descriptions
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At one point half-way through the parade, as I stood near the corner of Fifth Avenue and 10th Street (near the homosexual “pride”-celebrating Church of the Ascension), two homosexual activists, a man and a woman–started verbally challenging me, escalating to outright harassment. They had figured out that I was not a homosexual enthusiast and were upset that a moral critic was taking photos at “their” parade, even though it was a very public event.
1) Had I engaged in the same thuggish behavior toward this homosexual activist–especially physically harassing him–he might have started screaming that I had “assaulted” him or cried “hate crime!” Lest you think I exaggerate, this happened to me once in Chicago several years ago: a young homosexual activist grabbed my protest sign out of my hands and ripped it up to rev up the “gay” crowd; when I confronted him, I made the mistake of touching him with my finger, whereupon he started yelling and screaming that I had touched him! Such are the glaring hypocrisy and tactics of intolerant homosexual activists. (The woman at New York “Pride,” while carping that I was a “waste of space” because I dared to observe “pride,” at least did not get physical with me.)
2) Homosexual activists are already crusading to take away people’s right to act upon their disagreement with homosexuality–e.g., the SPLC’s successful lawsuit against “ex-gay” therapy group JONAH, and the legislative efforts to ban pro-heterosexual change therapy for minors. In their arrogance following the Supreme Court’s discovery of a “constitutional right” for homosexuality-based “marriage,” how many homosexual activists will start behaving as if their opponents lack the basic American right to act upon their moral opposition to sin-based “marriage”?