How will Hoseasons enforce its ban on ‘homophobes’?

Aug 24, 2019 by

by Brendan O’Neill, Spectator: Gillette has learned the hard way that if you annoy your customer base, your business will suffer. Ever since it released its woke men-bashing ad earlier this year, its sales have slumped. Who’d have thought it? Telling men they’re disgusting bullies and sexual harassers — as Gillette’s ad did — will not endear you to men! Blokes walked away from Gillette. They stopped buying its razors. Turns out that calling your customers scum isn’t a good idea....

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Songs of Praise same-sex promo upsets viewers

Aug 23, 2019 by

from The Christian Institute: BBC’s Songs of Praise has alienated its viewers after it featured a same-sex wedding in this week’s programme. Jamie Wallace and Ian McDowell married at Rutherglen United Reformed Church near Glasgow – one of the few denominations to have accepted the redefinition of marriage. While presenter Kate Bottley described the URC decision as “momentous”, viewers were disappointed by the one-sided presentation of same-sex marriage on a Christian programme. The couple were...

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BBC’s standard response to complaints regarding same-sex marriage in a church featured on Songs of Praise

Aug 23, 2019 by

from Christian Concern: ‘Thank you for contacting us about Songs of Praise, broadcast on 18th August 2019. We recognise that you considered the inclusion of a same-sex wedding did not reflect your position or that of other denominations on this issue. To allow us to reply promptly to your concerns, and to ensure we use our licence fee resources as efficiently as possible, we’re sending this response to everyone. We’re sorry that for this reason we can’t reply personally to you on each...

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UK’s first permanent LGBT rainbow road crossing unveiled in London

Aug 22, 2019 by

by Faye Brown, Metro: A rainbow road crossing made up of colours of the Gay Pride flag has been unveiled in London. The crossing outside Brockwell Park in Herne Hill has been installed by Lambeth council to ‘show solidarity with the LGBT+ community’. It is the first permanent pride crossing in the UK and follows in the footsteps of other major cities including Vancouver, Sydney and Paris. People are being encouraged to share images on social media with the hashtags #WeAreLambeth and...

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Is Drag Queen Story Hour A Cultural Crisis or Not? The Massive Restructuring of the Entire Moral Universe in America

Aug 22, 2019 by

by Albert Mohler: The New York Times recently reported a story that began this way, “Once upon a time at a public library in San Francisco, a drag queen arrived at story time and read to the children she met there.” The story continues as written by Liam Stack, “The children, no strangers to playing make believe, had fun and soon the idea of drag queens hosting story time spread to New York.” As Stack explains, “It was an unconventional idea both for the normally...

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President of Brazil to Remove LGBT Influence from Public Schools

Aug 22, 2019 by

from Activist Mommy: While many governments are kowtowing to the demands of the LGBT mob, there are some leaders who have decided to boldly put their foot down and return to truth and tradition. One such leader is the newly elected Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro. Back in February of this year, he announced his plan to “revise textbooks in public schools and eliminate references to homosexuality, same-sex ‘marriage,’ and violence against women.” LifeSite News reports: There are also...

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