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Caitlyn Jenner dares disagree with the Gay Mafia

February 5, 2016

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‘Gay Mafia’ needs pulled out of the closet

May 12, 2014

We heard about horrible bullies committing all these mythical crimes against helpless gay people:

Stiffing lesbian waitresses on tips because they hate their lifestyle.
Barring a lesbian mom from visiting her lover in the emergency room because they’re gay.
Spray-painting “Kill the Gay” on lesbians’ garages.
Putting on ski masks, breaking into a lesbian’s house, vandalizing her rooms, and carving slurs into her naked body.
Luring gay boys out of Montana bars with an offer of cigarettes, calling them “f—–s,” and beating them to a pulp.
Slipping hate letters under the door of lesbian college students.
Burning gay men’s hands with hot metals.
Jumping a gay man en masse, calling him names, and beating him to a pulp.
Spray-painting “Hey Tranny, know your place” inside Vassar dormitories.
Posting homophobic messages so prolifically at Oberlin College that the whole school had to shut down.
All of these stories, it turns out, were completely fabricated. And this is a trimmed down list, believe me – the anti-gay hate crime hoaxes are astonishing in their volume and premeditation. This is not a coincidence. There’s too much consistency in the fabrications and what the fabricators are trying to do.

Beware the Gay Nazis

April 4, 2014

Imagine going to work one day only to be, in effect, fired — not because of anything you did or didn’t do at your job, but because of something you did in your personal life. Something religious. Or maybe, something political.

Imagine if you were denied a promotion at work because a co-worker found out you had made a personal donation to a conservative candidate. Imagine if your environmentally-correct boss discovered that, in your free time at home, you supported an organization that exposed the fallacies of man-made global warming and asked you for your resignation. Imagine if you were the successful CEO of Widget Corp, lauded and respected for your accomplishments, but clients or customers found out you were a tea partier and demanded you be forced out.

That’s exactly what happened to Brendan Eich, a highly-respected tech guru in Silicon Valley and co-founder of Mozilla Corporation, after he was appointed CEO in late March. In less than a week, he was forced out of this position for no reason other than that he had a made a $1000 contribution to the Prop 8 initiative in 2008. His own money. On his own time. In his private capacity. Mozilla had nothing to do with it. Nor did he discuss gay marriage at work.

In an interview with The Guardian on Wednesday, Eich told the paper “I think I am the best person for the job and I’m doing the job” and that his personal beliefs were not relevant. He couldn’t be more correct.

But forced out he was after a huge outcry from thousands of employees and Silicon Valley residents, after half of the Mozilla Foundation board resigned — yes, resigned! — and OKCupid blocked web surfers from accessing their site through the Firefox portal.

At first, it looked as if he might survive the onslaught, as statements were issued on the Mozilla blog about their support for LGBT issues, marriage equality and respect for diversity. “[A]s long as you are willing to respect others, and come together for our larger mission, you are welcome. Mozilla’s community is made up of people who have very diverse personal beliefs working on a common cause, which is a free and open internet