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Comment by Doug Reardon on October 28, 2009 at 10:12am
Throughout history, when an oppressed group attains power, they immediately begin oppressing other groups. Always have, always will.
Comment by Stefftastic on October 29, 2009 at 6:25am
This is sickening. If I saw this, I'd go up and say "You DO realize that the ONLY reason you are allowed to express this opinion is because the constitution was changed so that blacks were recognized as human."
Whatever happened to being angry at white people for treating them like shit? And yet they're doing the exact same thing to gays. As if, once it's legal to be gay, EVERYONE ON THE PLANET will be gay. That's the only possible way homosexuality would ever lead to "the extinction of the human race."
Fucking morons. This is just sad.
Comment by Wassabi on October 29, 2009 at 7:14am
after seeing this video i opened a discussion in the forum.
Comment by AdB on October 30, 2009 at 1:07pm
The Bullied becomes The Bully...
Comment by DeSwiss on October 31, 2009 at 8:18pm
This vid touches upon a nerve. One which I refuse to allow any peace, and so I prod and pick at it constantly. And upon every occasion that I'm afforded, I make it a point to raise not only the irony (and absurdity) of this aspect of the issue, but how such a malevolent and hateful creed is contrary to their own god's entreaties to them to "love each other as one's self."


It really pisses them off, so I do it as often as possible......
Comment by Dan Tres OMi on November 4, 2009 at 7:45pm
again race baiting...
I am getting sick and tired of this.

The Black Church has been a haven for homosexuals for a very long time. ANY black person can tell you how many men and women in their choir, ushering, and other church functions who are gay. they might not be fully "out" but they are there.

I am also getting tired of people equating the black freedom rights struggle to the gay rights struggle. There is a long history of oppression of African Americans that gays do not have a link to.

People need to stop making comparisons. It's a travesty and it demonstrates two things:

1. people still don't know the history of African Americans in the United States.
2. because of that ignorance, people still choose to make assumptions.

Here are quite a few famous African Americans who were gay: Bayard Rustin, James Baldwin, and Audre Lourde. If you don't know who they are, look them up.


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