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HA-HA! Anti-LGBT KY Clerk Kim Davis Issued Marriage License To Trans-Man And Didn’t Know It!

Kim Davis married trans-man

Midwest LGBT activist Tom Morgan (second left, pictured above) who at this very moment is at Kim Davis’ Rowan County Clerks office in Moreheard, KY protesting against her breaking the law by not issuing marriage licences to same-sex couples because of her “deeply held religious beliefs” has come out with the news that Ms. Davis in February issued a marriage license to  local trans man, Camryn Colen (third from left in photo) and didn’t know it!

Kim Davis was the one asking the questions when Camryn and his now wife Lexi Colen applied for the license.   Kim Davis told Camryn that she didn’t need to see his birth certificate which she assumed would say male but is really notated as FEMALE!!”

The license was issued in late February 2015.


Kim, you are so burning in Hell for this!

Many thanks to Camryn and Lexi for coming forward and to the intrepid Tom Morgan for spreading the word.

Karmas a BITCH and so is Kim Davis!

Oh No She Didn’t! – FRC Hate Group President Tony Perkins Trash Talks Madonna

Tony Perkins FRC KKK

“The same Madonna with song titles that couldn’t be read aloud on network television, even invoked Christ. ‘It’s so absurd. What did Jesus  teach? Love your neighbor as yourself.’ It has always amazed me how people who have done everything possible to  push God and His standard from our country feel free to invoke this  passage of scripture. It only works when they insert their definition of  ‘love’ not the biblical definition of love. In this conflict of values, Madonna is the face of the other side. As a  mom or dad, whose moral compass would you want your kids to follow: a  performer who strips on stage (when she isn’t bashing the military) or  an organization devoted to public service and character development?” – Little Miss Tony Perkins, proven white supremacist and President of the nationally recognized anti-gay hate group The Family Research Council.

Tony Perkin lecturing on character and “love thy neighbor“.

Now THAT is an irony kick to the junk.

OMFG! – NOM’s Brian Brown Tried To Kiss Me. I’m Serious! – Ewwwwww!

Not ME!  THEM!

Theres a new Facebook group called “Brian Brown Tried To Kiss Me. I’m Serious!” whose description reads:

Brian Brown is the head of the National Organization for Marriage.  He has made it his job to fight gay marriage.  However there have been reports of Brian Brown trying to kiss men. Did Brian Brown try to kiss you?  If so, please post your story here.
Brian Brown has made it his life’s goal to fight same-sex marriage. It turns out, however, that he’s a bit of a hypocrite.  Here at BBTTKM (Brian Brown Tried to Kiss Me), we know that Brian Brown has tried to kiss countless men. 

Here is  top entry at the page right now:

I met Brian in 2010 at an event in Allentown. We got to talking and he said he would like to take me to a Central Catholic boy’s wrestling match. I didn’t think much of it and said I would love to join him. At the match he kept saying things like “I bet you couldn’t pin me” and “how much do you think a singlet costs?” Afterwards, on the way to the car, he said we should have a wrestling match and tried to put me in a headlock. I pushed him away and he lunged at me with his mouth open. I am positive he was trying to kiss me. I ran to my car and haven’t seen him since. Occasionally he’ll text me, but it’s almost always late at night and usually just says “Hi” or “You up?”

Is it true?  Horror/fiction? Or irony, camp and agit-prop?  We may never know for sure.  LOL

But the Facebook page and now videos on YouTube are HYSTERICAL  and the mental image of Brian Brown seething with rage, over this and repeatedly hitting the “Report this Page” button page on Facebook is priceless.

Well played gentlemen.  Well played.

P.S. – By the way Brian.  Singlets typically cost $25–$50 and up, and are readily available online, even via Amazon. For fetish wear, buy a size smaller than the size chart indicates, unless it’s an Asics singlet, which are cut on the tight side so you need size XXXXXXL Bigot.

House GOP Lawyer Uses “Polygamy” In Opening Salvo In Edie Windsor DOMA Case

Does THIS look like gay marriage to you? – Looks like HELL to me!

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in Mew York  began hearing Edith Windsor’s DOMA case in New York.  Windsor is suing to recoup a $350,000 federal estate tax bill she was forced to pay because DOMA prevented her marriage to a woman from being recognized by the federal government.  Paul Clement is defending the federal definition of “marriage” and “spouse” contained in DOMA for John Boehner and  House Republican leaders because President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder concluded that DOMA is unconstitutional stopped defending court challenges.

In yesterday’s court opening Clements wasted no time opening with an example of an 1885 court case  when asked where the “traditional understanding” of marriage could be found in federal case law —  a case that dealt with polygamy in the Utah territory.

That case, decided about polygamy in Utah before women were guaranteed the right to vote, came only 20 years after the end of the Civil War and more than 80 years before the court would strike down bans on interracial marriage. Today, it was one of the underlying arguments in House Republican leaders’ case that the Supreme Court recognizes a “traditional understanding” of marriage that the Defense of Marriage Act is seeking to uphold. The Republicans’ lawyer, Paul Clement, never used the word “polygamy.” But the 1885 case and other government efforts aimed at stopping polygamy came up throughout today’s hearing about DOMA’s constitutionality. {snip}

Clement also argued that in addition to DOMA’s definition of marriage being an ordinary attempt to preserve federal resources — “line-drawing,” House Republican leaders argue — Congress has a rational basis for choosing uniformity in national policy in this changing area over deference to states’ decisions on the issue.

Interesting and extremely ironic that Clement and the Republicans had to go back to Polygamy times in Utah to find defense for same-sex marriage especially considering that Mitt Romney’s father was born into [a] polygamy commune in Mexico, after Romney’s grandfather and other Mormons settled in Mexico following an 1890 ban on polygamy.