Antisemitism lsavirtue #homophobia stonetoss.com

Red for their prolapsed anuses ("rosebuds").
Orange for their weeping HIV sores.
Yellow for the piss they drink.
Green for the infected pus they ooze.
Blue for their unceasing depression.
Purple for their corpses after they hang themselves.

That's the pride flag.

Meanwhile, a rainbow is a brilliant display of light that shows beauty and radiance.
Just in case people think that homosexuals actually have a rainbow for their flag. They don't. They merely have some colored stripes in according to their deficiencies.

Gay people seem to make you upset....Want to talk about it?

Gay people make themselves upset.
I'm not the one giving them anal prolapses to the extent that plastic surgery has developed a branch for butthole tightening and anus bleaching, too. Lel.
I'm not giving them HIV. I'm not nurturing bugchasing fantasies in them, that's their moribund minds wanting to die faster.
Et cetera, I've covered this in other comments.

Plus, I want them to be healed, but for that to happen, several things need to be changed.
homosexuality and its ilk must be seen as the illnesses they are.
then, what must lose its stigma is to be treated for it. That it is okay to be gay beause it's easy to fix (someday in the future, hopefuly) and people can and do lose the mindset of "I'd never be happy as a normal straight man/woman" and instead get a chance of having children, continuing their now fixed bloodline, like the chain of continuation before them.

>but men are shit
>but women are shit
>but everything is depressing just let me have my anal fun
Fixing these things comes with the territory of being an antisemite and "nazi".
And, for the benefit of the ones that come after you and I have died, I am not deterred by people like you or anyone else in the way of fixing the world.
You argue from a broken standpoint. I work towards the future where that standpoint is not there anymore.

Confused?

So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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