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Arrow Star Stephen Amell Gets Attacked by SJW’s Over T-Shirt at PRIDE

Canadian born actor Steven Amell who plays the lead character Oliver Queen (Green Arrow) on the TV superhero series Arrow has come under fire from that ever increasing, humorless, thin skinned, stick up their asses section of the LGBT community we call Social Justice Warriors all because of a tee shirt he wore to Toronto Pride.

 His shirt stated “I’m not gay but $20 is $20”, a comedic reference to being gay for pay, or straight guys being willing to engage in same-sex acts for money. (although many do for free.) But this has some in our community reaching for their smelling and going the faux outrage route.

 Said The shirt choice is just, stupid. That shirt is basically saying you’ll be gay for (low) pay. I can’t believe these shirts are still in circulation 

Other comments include: 

Stephen Amell (perpetually the most accidentally problematic person in the world) wore a shirt to Pride that said ‘I’m not gay, but 20$ is 20$’ ??? https://t.co/ZobInpOZxm

— Summer Hater™ Sonja (@infiniterain) August 6, 2018

your straight ass shouldn’t have even went to pride if you gonna wear that homophobic ass shirt. deactivate@StephenAmell

— “?????????” (@mattisaiah) August 5, 2018

yeah that’s a pretty stupid t-shirt @StephenAmell Gay for Pay? unless you are, don’t make fun of our gay culture ???? we love you but… #BeKind at #Pride pic.twitter.com/zs89wKQpit

— ?an ?oyle (@ZanDoyle) August 6, 2018

Oh the drama! Oh the outrage! Oh the scandal! How triggering!

So what do you think?  Did this hunky LGBT ally make a major fashion faux pas?  Or are you standing up and waving a $20.00 bill?

Leave a message in the comments section and let us know!

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Will Kohler

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