How to Explain Gay Rights to an Idiot (or Rick Perry)

I have nothing to do with this, but it is tearing up the Twittersphere and tumblogs across the interwebs. I adore it, and, thus, feel it necessary to share.


Love and Lyte,

Fire Lyte


  1. Wait! So I can't marry my toaster? What a fascist!

  2. PERFECT! I wrote on the topic a while back--if you're interested, you can read it here: Love and Marriage

  3. Lol! I got it earlier today, sent to me by a gay-friendly Christian Facebook group. (What? 'Kay I ain't Christian but I was too glad to see an open-minded Christian group not to join in!)

  4. Some in the spiritual arena of thought accept as true that they "must stop" the "gay agenda, whatever that might be. Of course, there are folks who are very obstinate in the GLBT community about certain issues such as gay marriage and they demand to be heard and are vocal on the following stage over this debate. When I read the gentleman's essay arguing that no one is born gay, I certainly understood where he was coming from, as he felt as if the ""gay agenda" had come too far, and so, he is just as adamant about pushing back now.


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