Over at our other site, The Daily Stirrer, we have been covering the story of a gay cake. Obviously the cake itself is not gay, but the purpose it was ordered for (to be served at an event organised by a gay-activist mayor in support of same sex marriage). The message it was required to bear, “Support Gay Marriage”, added to the fact that the bakery that refused the order as it forced them to support a political they strongly disagree with, was know to be run by evangelical Christians suggests the shop was singled out as a deliberate provocation.
I don’t think I’m the only person who, while bearing homosexuals no ill will, is sick of the gay rights lobby trying to politicize their sexuality. In fact I know I’m not, a homosexual I’ve known as a good friend for many years, and who prefers to be referred to as queer rather than gay, is very worried that a major backlash will drive people like himself back into the closet.
And stories like this one which I picked up today suggest he could be right. It is, is it not, typical of the self righteous, hypocritical left that having won their case, they carry on with increasingly outrageous demands and fascistic bullying tactics until they lose it again.
Now Protesters Insist That Christian Schools Must HIRE A Gay Teacher
Source: The Des Moins Register
Students and alumni of a Catholic high school in Iowa held a rally on Wednesday afternoon to protest a decision by school officials not to hire a gay teacher.
The rally at Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines involved a walkout and a demonstration at which a handful of students and alumni spoke, reports The Des Moines Register.
The gay teacher who did not get hired had worked as a substitute at Dowling Catholic High a school of some 1,430 souls.
In the process of vetting the teaching candidate for a full-time teaching job, school officials learned that he has a boyfriend and is engaged to be married.
In holding this walkout, our goal is to let our community, administration and diocese know that the decisions of our diocesan and school leaders are not a direct reflection of what the students at Dowling Catholic believe, Dowling student Grace Mumm said, according to the Register.
This is not just about someone getting rejected, this is about love. We cannot let this issue slide without voicing that love, Mumm also declared.
The speakers at the Wednesday afternoon rally discussed how broadminded they believe themselves to be. Many of the participants identified themselves as gay or lesbian.