Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Lesbians' Hurt Feelings More Important Than People Dying

At the Tim Horton's in Blenheim, Ontario, a lesbian couple was asked to leave due to "acting in a way that was offensive to the families who were present."  According to this video (h/t Blazing Cat Fur), this "story" was reported at the top of Global News (the local Global station, I presume), ahead of unquestionably more important stories, such as the earthquake in Turkey.

Although I do not know any information about this incident that isn't in the video (and this article), I can almost say with certainty that whatever happened was not such a big deal that it should have been on the news at all, let alone the top story.  What may be a bigger story here is, if, in fact, the lesbians were behaving obscenely (and I would use the same adverb to describe a heterosexual couple "locking tongues and straddling each other with their hands down each other's pants), it is that the gay community apparently has a pass to act obscenely, and they can just scream "homophobia" whenever they are criticized in any way.  Tolerance of gay pride parades provides more evidence of this.  Whatever the case, it seems the vast majority of homosexuals are extremely sensitive, and any hint of any "anti-gay" attitude is cause for outrage in the gay community (or something).  I guess, then, that it is no surprise that gay conservatives would be called things like "self-loathing" or "Jewish Nazi" by the gay left.

There is more from the CBC article to which I previously linked:
Rev. Eric Revie of Glad Tidings Community Church says he thought they were a heterosexual couple inappropriately kissing outside the window of the Tim Hortons during the last week of September.


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