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    February 25, 2010

    Here's what hate looks like

    Posted by: Chris

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    I am not one of those who believes opposition to gay rights is always, or even mostly, motivated by hate. The "No H8" campaign, while creative, is an example of caricature and bumper-stickering an issue that is way too complex for pretty celebrity pics.

    But sometimes hate is the only explanation, and you can see it on the faces of those in Uganda who clamor for a new law that would execute sexually-active gay people and imprison those who fail to report them. In a country that already considers homosexuality a criminal offense, this new effort is an attempt at genocide, pure and simple, made all the more perverse since it's supposedly Bible-based.

    A protest in favor of it captures the anger, the fear and the hate.

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    1. cheap ugg boots on Nov 28, 2010 11:56:50 PM:

      just goes to show... preserve traditional marriage, huh? that's really sad...

    1. gucci outlet on Jul 5, 2011 5:01:41 AM:

      considers homosexuality a criminal offense

    1. dressager horses on Nov 22, 2011 7:45:04 AM:

      It's not that uncommon in 3rd world countries for the majority of the population to have these views, and in many cases, it's evolved from religion.

      Kill homosexuals? What is the world coming to!

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