The Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis Apologizes TWICE – Did GLAAD Write His Second Apology?

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  1. That is not an apology.. that is simply a confirmation of what was said!

    “taken out of context’ means that what was said was correct, and intended as such, only the pre- or after-lines were not right…….

    Do we come across as fools?

    Too much so-called apologies have been said lately after insults and denigrating remarks have been made!
    The word “sorry” has lost its value and meaning, it is used to easily and too often by people who deep down (or not so deep down…) are in fact bigots!

    Lets be honest, the lowest of the lowest say denigrating things about gay people, then when being pointed out that they are crossing lines a simple “sorry” is said, issued and things supposedly are over…. and the homosexuals must be satisfied or be labeled head-cutters……

    Well, I’ll be a head-cutter, one insult too much!

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