Some people are ignorant fucktards

Laurie Higgins of the Illinois Family Institute is a “wonderful person”. After stating that child molestation and incest are obscene she goes on to say this:

Romantic or sexual kissing among “multi-partner” unions, like those profiled in a recent Newsweek article, are both obscene and inappropriate despite the protests of polyamorists to the contrary.

Romantic or sexual kissing between two people of the same biological sex is both obscene and inappropriate despite the voluble, vigorous, and often vitriolic protests of homosexuals to the contrary.

IFI is not suggesting that homosexual kissing be banned. What we hope is that the public would recover both a proper understanding of the immorality of homosexual acts and the courage to voice that belief, so that public disapproval will be strong enough to persuade homosexuals to voluntarily restrict their kissing to private venues. Many adults do not care to witness obscene and inappropriate kissing, and their children shouldn’t have to.

You, Laurie, are obscene and inappropriate and the world would be a better place without people like you in it. If only we could legislate you into the shadows, but alas people who are pro human rights such as ourselves would find that hypocritical so we end up having to listen to your bullshit. We can do the next best thing though. Make you feel really really uncomfortable, you bigoted piece of shit.

Usually I find events like this lame and ineffectual, but people like Laurie are just so vile that they deserve every single person on the planet participating so they can see that teh childrenz!! eyes won’t burn from their skulls at the mere sight of two men or women kissing. So, this Saturday, everyone suck some face and show that narrow-minded bitch what affection looks like.

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3 responses to “Some people are ignorant fucktards

  1. riotgrrrlrevolution

    Hear hear! :)

  2. This bitch is uncomfortable when she sees gays kiss so of course it is “obscene and inappropriate”. You know, she should explore that a little more. When I view something that makes me uncomfortable I try to use that as an opportunity for reflection. Why am I uncomfortable? Am I harboring a prejudice based on ignorance? Do I wish that were really me? Being uncomfortable with a situation is a time to learn about one’s self not to go off on a fucking crusade.

  3. Personally, I don’t agree that same sex marriage is “obscene.”

    I must say, I do like that she understands the connection between polyamorous and same sex marriages. It annoys me that many advocates of same sex marriage (“marriage equality”) still hold on to the antiquated idea that marriage should be between two people. Some people simultaneously argue that marriage should be open to any people who want to marry each other. They say it’s a fundamental human right – it’s not something that should be subject to a vote or public opinion – but many of these same people say we should limit marriage to two people… why? As you say Jimmy, the kind of knee jerk opposition on the part of even many who favor gay marriage to polyamorous marriage ought to cause us to examine why it makes them so uncomfortable.

    I’ve heard some gay marriage advocates actually argue that we can’t allow polyamorous marriage because it would “be bad for society.” Well, if that’s the standard, then gay marriage opponents just need to find some evidence that it’s bad for society.

    I realize, the hypocrisy of gay marriage advocates is unavoidable, we can’t go around advocating polyamorous marriage. It’s politically untenable. But it does rub me that the gay marriage opponents have a logically defensible position (simply base the definition of marriage on what marriage has traditionally been), but mainstream advocates do not.