7 responses

  1. Cass
    January 15, 2014

    There were times when they were pretending they were just anti-gay marriage, not overall anti-gay. Good times… But National Organization for Marriage is inappropriate name now. Maybe NOM – National Organization for Malignity?

  2. Sandhorse
    January 15, 2014

    You know. One could almost understand, (if not actually condone) a citizen ‘fighting homosexuality’ in their own country. It’s not difficult to concede that homosexuality’s acceptance would have some affect on that person, even if it’s just the knowledge of the acceptance itself.

    But traveling thousands of miles to countries you do not belong to in an effort to ‘fight homosexuality’ is a special kind of obsession, and demented to say the least.

    The morality of homosexuality is irrelevant. Mr. Brown is in for a very rude awakening when he meets his maker. He’ll have to make an account of his life of throwing stones.

  3. Soren456
    January 15, 2014

    As Brian’s opportunities narrow in the US, he has to find them elsewhere. And if he can’t find them, he has to create them. This new situation offers years and years of handsomely paid work.

  4. Lord_Byron
    January 15, 2014

    You know I really wish these anti-gay groups, especially the ones that are successful in getting these anti-gay bills made into law, could be charged with crimes against humanity. They are crossing a very big line and their actions are creating hostility and violence against LGBT individuals.

  5. Tor
    January 16, 2014

    Hate is the United States’ newest exportable commodity.

  6. Richard Rush
    January 16, 2014

    The existing home-grown persecution-industries in many foreign countries are much more vibrant and successful than in the United States. So, why would they want to import people from the United States who have proven to be abject failures?

  7. graysloth
    January 16, 2014

    I’m beginning to think we shouldn’t be putting a media spot light on people like Bryan. His kind crave the attention, much like the perpetrators in mass shootings do.

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