Latest example of how gay ‘marriage’ affects you: Banning books

Apr 26, 2018 by

by Jonathon Van Maren, LifeSite:

In 2010, a documentary titled 8: The Mormon Proposition was released, purporting to expose the Mormon cash and activism behind the ultimately successful Proposition 8, which sought to roll back California’s legal acceptance of same-sex “marriage.” The documentarians used all the tricks of light and sound to show the Mormons and their allies as nefarious and hateful people, while simultaneously highlighting a number of gay relationships that would be impacted by the passage of Proposition 8. That is pretty standard fare for a left-leaning film, and so I didn’t think much of it.

The scene in that documentary that I have been constantly reminded of since then was an interview with a gay rights activist, who highlighted the claims of those who oppose gay “marriage” that religious liberty would be restricted, that parental rights would be under threat, and that LGBT material would be added to school curriculums. These people are lying, and they know they’re lying. This is utterly false, the activist assured the interviewer with righteous indignation.

That documentary is now eight years old, and every single thing opponents of same-sex “marriage” warned about has taken place. Of course, LGBT activists have moved on and forgotten their convenient deceits. For most of them, this was the plan all along.

California has been on the cutting edge of legislating the sexual revolution for some time, but nothing has been quite as terrifying as the passage of Bill 2943 through the California State Assembly last week. I don’t want to appear as if I’m simply fear-mongering, so after wading through quite a bit of analysis on this legislation, I’ll quote here from the always even-handed National Review columnist David French, who also happens to be a lawyer. His summary of the situation is, quite frankly, chilling:

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