"Lesbians are fat and gross - have a relationship with a man... Jesus will do... to be thin, healthy, and pretty!"
My favorite part:
"In 2007, a purported lesbian wrote to Andrew Sullivan, the political commentator and administrator of The Daily Dish blog: “ And - oh heck, I'll admit it - aesthetics have value, too! As a woman, I may not be as focused on looks as men are predisposed to be, but I sure am tired of seeing so many queer ladies out there who are way past 200 pounds. Way, way past. Sorry, but no amount of "fat acceptance" is going to make that a pleasant sight - gay, straight, butch, femme, male or female."
Purported? What you couldn't find a lesbian to just ask? I guess the Christian, Daily Dish blog ... which looks a lot like one of them liberal ones... didn't have the time. Conservapedia must have also not had the time to just ask the opinion of a certified lesbian. Ask for the PINK CARD, or golf memberships fellahs!
S-s-s-eriously Conservapedia? Is the Bible Belt (where Jesus is like a Rockstar) the land of svelte models? I think not. Mississippi was recently named FATTEST state for the sixth year in a row with Alabama, Tennessee, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Louisiana taking their piece of the obesity pie behind it. I am no expert but I assume that because only around 3.8% of the population is gay that leaves a pretty hefty majority of obese straight people (and we will assume half of them are straight women).
Shown below: where most of the fat straight people are located (Image via Wikipedia (Bible Belt)):
Shown above: where Conservapedia thinks the worlds thinnest, most Christian-ist people must live
If that is not enough to turn your stomach, the article on Homosexuality answers the hard questions many religulous people have about queers.
The Causes of Homosexuality is another great read... I don't want to spoil the ending but it has a lot to do with how close you are to your mother and Jesus, respectively.
The site also touches on "Special Rights", which is defined as simply:
"Special rights, also called special privileges, are privileges extended to a particular special-interest group but denied to the majority. Indeed, special rights come at the expense of the rights of the majority. Examples of special rights include same-sex "marriage" and the repeal of Don't ask, don't tell."
And who do we have to thank for all of this great information?Wikipedia)
Read more about this crazy guy at Wikipedia.
You might also like a quick read about his Mom, Phyllis... who you know is behind the keyboard writing everything.