Monday, July 20, 2009

Homos Aim to Antagonize Mormons

A mass-kissing protest near the Mormon church temple Sunday drew a shouting match between gay activists and their critics.



For the second consecutive weekend, about 100 people gathered to stage a "kiss-in" to protest the treatment of two gay men cited for trespassing July 9 after they shared a kiss on the plaza owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Both gay and straight couples exchanged kisses during the protest.



Demonstrators were greeted at the south entrance by a group of protesters carrying large signs that denounced homosexuality, prompting a heated verbal exchange.



Police say no one was arrested or cited, despite a large group exchanging kisses by a reflecting pool at the plaza's center.



"We didn't call the police. We didn't do anything," church spokeswoman Kim Farah said.



The church bought one block of Salt Lake City's Main Street to build a plaza in the 1990s alongside the Temple, where Mormon marriages and other religious rituals take place.



Matt Aune has said he and his partner, Derek Jones, exchanged a modest kiss at the plaza 11 days ago, but church officials contend their behavior was lewd.



There is no question in my mind that those who have chosen a homosexual lifestyle will become increasingly militant as they attempt to pressure everyone in our society to accept them as "normal." Say goodbye to more of your freedoms unless this is stopped.

2 comments:

Red July 20, 2009 at 10:14 AM  

I have no idea how "bad" it was. Mormons aren't usually antagonistic but militant 'mos are. I think there is more to this story. Besides, two men kissing is gross. And not normal.

lady di July 20, 2009 at 10:54 AM  

Please, remember how bad it was going to be to have a Mormon as President? If nothing else, have a little class and take it to your bed room

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