The chronicles of the Wisconsin Marriage Defenders of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014





Not intolerance against queers:

“Same-sex attracted individuals have never lawfully been forced to attend different schools, walk on separate public sidewalks, sit at the back of the bus, drink out of separate drinking fountains, denied their right to assemble, or denied their voting rights." - Nor the right to bear arms, have a speedy trial, practice free speech, religious liberty, the right to due process, probable cause, etc.

But intolerance BY queers:
  • New Mexico Christian photographers Jon and Elaine Huguenin were sued by two lesbians under the state’s “sexual orientation” law after declining to photograph the lesbians’ “commitment ceremony.”
  • The Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association in New Jersey, was convicted of “discrimination” after two lesbians, Harriet Bernstein and Luisa Paster, decided to hold their commitment ceremony on the Methodist-run association’s popular family friendly boardwalk. After that, Ocean Grove quit the wedding-hosting business.
  • The Aloha Bed & Breakfast in Hawaii, a Christian business, was forced to “accommodate” two Southern California lesbians after a judge ruled the B&B violated state law when the owner told Taeko Bufford and Diane Cervelli she wasn’t comfortable having them stay together in her home due to her religious beliefs. Aloha has since been ordered by the state “to provide a room to any same-sex couple that wishes to stay there.”
  • In Illinois, Christian B&B owners Jim and Beth Walder are being sued by homosexual activist Todd Wathen, who demands monetary damages, attorneys’ fees and “an order directing [the Walders] to cease and desist from any violation” of the state’s Human Rights Act.
  • Vermont’s Wildflower Inn paid a settlement and shut down its wedding reception business after the ACLU won a $10,000 civil penalty for two lesbians. The settlement also requires the inn’s owners to place $20,000 in a charitable trust for the lesbians.
  • Oregon’s “Sweet Cakes by Melissa” bakery shut down after declining to bake for a “gay wedding.”
  • The owners of Indiana’s “Just Cookies” were charged with “discrimination” under the city’s “sexual orientation” law for refusing to fill a special order for “rainbow cookies” for an LGBT group.
  • Iowa’s “Victoria’s Cake Cottage,” whose owner Victoria Childress refused to provide a wedding cake for a homosexual couple out of “convictions for their lifestyle.”
  • Oregon’s “Fleur Cakes,” joined “Sweet Cakes” in refusing to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple and is being boycotted by homosexual activist groups.
  • Washington state’s “Arlene’s Flowers,” whose owner Barronelle Stutzman declined to provide flowers for the wedding of a same-sex couple who had long frequented her shop, faces two lawsuits after refusing to fill an order because of her “relationship with Jesus Christ.”
  • Texas’ “All Occasion Party Place,” a Fort Worth venue, refuses, on religious grounds, to rent out a banquet hall for same-sex wedding receptions.
  • A Christian T-shirt maker in Kentucky was targeted by the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission for refusing to print “gay pride” designs for a local homosexual group.
  • Chris Penner, owner of the Twilight Room Annex bar in Portland, was fined $400,000 under the Oregon Equality Act for excluding transsexual men who, dressed as women, had been alienating other customers by using the women’s restroom. According to the Seattle Times, 11 people – calling themselves the “T-girls” – “will get the money, with awards ranging from $20,000 to 50,000.”
  • The Catholic Church was forced to shut down successful adoption agencies in several states because it opposes adoption by homosexual couples.
  • Christians have been kicked out of college counseling programs because they oppose homosexuality and therapists are prohibited by law from helping young people overcome unwanted same-sex attractions.
  •  Cynthia and Robert Gifford, owners of Liberty Ridge Farm in Schaghticoke, New York. They were fined $13,000 and ordered to start serving same-sex clients by the courts in New York after a lesbian couple wanted to use the Giffords’ farm for their “wedding,” and were refused.

  • Jack Phillips owns and operates Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, and has been in business since 1993. Two local men approached him in 2012 and asked for a wedding cake, which Phillips said was against his conscience. He told them he had no problem making them birthday cakes, cookies, brownies, shower cakes – anything but a wedding cake, which he believes should be only for a man and a woman. The Colorado Civil Rights Division ordered him to reverse his policy, educate his employees on how to serve all clients equally and submit quarterly compliance reports to make sure he has fully removed his religious views from his business decisions.


  • At 2:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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  • At 11:37 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    I didn't say there has never been discrimination against queers. There's surely been some discrimination against every group.

    My point is the queers are doing an outrageous amount of discrimination themselves. So not only are they intolerant, they're hypocritical about it.

  • At 9:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    .....you don't think that people refusing to serve/do business with LGBT people is discrimination?

  • At 10:26 AM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Actually, it's discrimination to force people to do business with any they don't want to do business with.

    If I rent out the upper floor of my house (which I did in the past), should I be forced to rent our my own house to queers? With my own kids living in the same house? You don't think I should have the right to decide who gets to live in MY house and have a potential influence on my kids?

    See what I mean about queers being the most intolerant people of all? They want to force me to let them live in MY house and influence my kids.

    How much more bigoted and intolerant can they be, short of rape?

  • At 5:13 PM, Anonymous Al said…

    There's no fascism like homofascism. Notice how they want to force everyone to be pro-sodomy? No neutral or opposing views allowed. Call it the rainbow swastika.

  • At 9:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    With the idiocy you display every time you type anything, you're a much worse influence on your kids than any homosexual. And you do realize that homosexuality is not something that can be transferred like a disease, right? So I'm not sure why you're so worried about their influence on your kids. If you think they're a bad person, independent of their sexual orientation, then of course you can not want them around your kids. But if you don't want them around your kids simply because they're homosexuals, again, that makes you the bad influence.

    In either case, how the hell does them stopping you from forcing your views on them make them the intolerant ones? That's the stupidest argument I've ever read in my life. Holy hell.

    And, no, nobody's forcing anybody to be "pro-sodomy," numbskull. They're not trying to force you to be gay, they're just trying to stop you from forcing them to be straight. There are no "neutral or opposing views" when it comes to allowing people to live their life how they want.

    Seriously, what the hell did I just read? Is this a parody? You idiots can be real, right? Right?

    Lemme guess, this comment won't be approved. But you'll cry "freedom of speech!" when other blogs don't let you post your hateful bigotry. And then call other people hypocrites. Too funny. What a wonderful world we live in.

  • At 1:24 AM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Homosexuality certainly can be encouraged when you spend hours recruiting children in public schools, even before they have any concept of sex (much less a perverted concept). Why do you think queers are so involved with children? Public schools? Boy Scouts? Girl Scouts?

    I don't force my views on them. I can't. If they don't want to listen, they don't have to. They force their views on my kids. The kids are a captive audience. They can't avoid the indoctrination. I know what my kids have told me about what goes on. Telling an eight year old girl, "If you like to play with other girls more than boys [what girl that age doesn't?], you might be "gay". Then when she plays with boys, "If you like doing things boys do, you might be "gay". That's to an eight year old who didn't have any sexual thoughts whatsoever. She just liked to play with her friends.

    Bloggers have the right to control their own blogs. I don't waste my time posting on blogs of people liable to reject my comments. They have the right to do so. I have the right to reject yours, but I only reject comments that are profane or that are intelligible.


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