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    February 26, 2010

    There she is...

    Posted by: Chris

    ... Miss Beverly Hills, a title she gave herself while a resident of Pasadena, trying to "clarify" that she's not literally advocating the execution of gays by saying gays should abide by a passage in Leviticus that urges death to those who have sex with those of the same gender.

    Confused? You've got company. Asked whether gays who find Jesus can stay gay, she resorts to the hair toss after an answer escapes her...

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    (via Joe.My.God)


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    1. jamesnimmo on Feb 27, 2010 11:04:02 AM:

      It's hilarious if it weren't deadly to hear these fundies pop off their two-bit superstitious beliefs. She either beleives this bible crap that gays should be put to death or she doesn't. She likes to point out the old testament calls for death, yet when she's backed into a corner over this statement she grabs for the new testament charactierization of gee-sus as meek and mild and forgiving.
      She's another example of cafeteria religion: pick and choose what you like and leave the rest.....

    1. cbdcs4u on Mar 1, 2010 6:54:52 AM:

      How does an ugly, self-appointed "Miss Beverly Hills" trollop like her manage to garner so much public air time? I mean, who the hell is she, that her fucked-up, Xtian, biblical interpretations should be of any concern to anyone?

    1. Rik on Mar 1, 2010 3:35:33 PM:

      Once you view the video, the fact the gay community is in such an uproar over her personal religious views is more of a commentary on how fragile the gay community is rather than the insignificant ramblings of a 22 y.o.

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