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Feb. 10, 2017

Anyone wishing to email me, and receive a reply should not only send me their email addy, but also their Lit moniker. I will not email anyone that I can't identify on Lit.

Thank you.

Feb. 21, 2016

With regard to my most recent story, A Fear of Being:

If any think that the event of the beating in my story is too ludicrous to take seriously, I don�t blame you. However, there�s this:

On October 14, 2015, the AP (Associated Press) reported the beating of two brothers, the one 19, and the other about 17. They were being �counseled� by church members, including the pastor, the parents (though one may not have participated). All the older one was said to desire was to leave the church, and maybe join the army.

They beat them so bad that the older one was dead from the blows, some said to be with an electrical cord. He was found, according to some reports, to have been beaten even on his genitals. The younger brother survived, but needed to be hospitalized.

From one report, eight (8) people were indicted. Look it up on the Internet. As far as I could determine, locally, it was not carried on the news, nor on NBC nightly news. Was it from fear of the vast Christian community? Who knows.

The church in question is:

Word of Life Christian Church, New Hartford, New York.


Why are my stories all geared to lesbians? Since homosexuality has come into the news (and before that too), many churches, particularly those of a fundamentalist nature (believers in the bible being the inerrant, error free, word of the god of the bible, many of those preachers have been very vocal in a horrible way against homosexuality.

These preachers have shamed, humiliated, and made lesbians to fee; guilty and to fear being an abomination to god. More, they have been bombarded with a fear of eternal damnation and the fires of hell.

This has caused a tremendous conflict within their being that tells them that they love other women--that is, that they are lesbians period.

Here are some of what these preachers (and others) say about them:

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The barrage of anti-gay sermons delivered by North Carolina-based pastors to hit the blogosphere continues with yet another disturbing rant caught on tape.

The pastor�Charles L. Worley of Providence Road Baptist Church in Maiden, N.C., condemns President Obama's [endorsement of same sex marriage], while calling for gays and lesbians to be put in an electrified pen and ultimately killed off.

"Build a great, big, large fence -- 150 or 100 mile long -- put all the lesbians in there," Worley suggests in the clip, reportedly filmed on May 13.

He continues: "Do the same thing for the queers and the homosexuals and have that fence electrified so they can't get out...and you know what, in a few years, they'll die you know why? They can't reproduce!"

He also said that if he's asked who he'll vote for, he'll reply, "I'm not going to vote for a baby killer and a homosexual lover!" Many of the congregants cheer and reply, "Amen."

Worley added, ��It makes me pukin�� sick to think about -- I don��t even whether or not to say this in the pulpit -- can you imagine kissing some man?��

The pastor's comments seem in line with statements made by Ron Baity, founding pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Winston-Salem and head of the anti-marriage equality organization Return America, who told his own congregation that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) [be prosecuted as they were historically�was originally shown as a link] and Pastor Sean Harris of the Berean Baptist Church in Fayetteville [who advocated punching the child�was a link] if he is effeminate and "crack that wrist" if he is limp-wristed.

Similarly, Tim Rabon, � condemned states such as Massachusetts, Connecticut and Maryland which have already "re-defined" marriage to include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) couples before asking his congregants, "What is stopping them from refining marriage from a person and a beast? We're not far from that."

Note that Charles L. Worley, the North Carolina pastor, includes lesbians in his call to put them in an electrified fence to kill them off. Again, as Pat Robertson properly points out (if one believes in the Bible), if there is nothing specifically said in the Bible, how can it be a sin and punishable by death to the God in the Bible?

Pastor Suggests Gays Should Be Prosecuted Like They Were Historically:

Ron Baity, founding pastor of Winston-Salem's Berean Baptist Church and head of the anti-marriage equality organization Return America, referred to homosexuality as "a perverted lifestyle" in a Sunday sermon before telling his congregation that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people should be prosecuted, Good as You is reporting. "For 300 years, we had laws that would prosecute that lifestyle," he is quoted as saying. "We've gone down the wrong path. We've become so dumb that we have accepted a lie for the truth, and we've...discarded the truth on the shoals of shipwreck!"

In part, he�s right, and yet he�s very wrong. It should be that �We've become so dumb that we have accepted a lie for the truth for nearly two thousand years!"

Victoria Jackson: Homophobia Is 'Buzzword Of Liberal Agenda':

The former "Saturday Night Live" star and now Tea Party activist sparked national furor when she [criticized Glee for showing a same-sex kiss�was a link] in a column for WorldNetDaily. In the column, Jackson wrote in response to an emotional, long awaited kiss between Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss). "Did you see "Glee" this week? Sickening! And, besides shoving the gay thing down our throats, they made a mockery of Christians - again! I wonder what their agenda is? Hey, producers of "Glee" - what's your agenda? One-way tolerance?" She later appeared on "Showbiz Tonight" to clarify her thoughts. "Well, it doesn't matter what I think," Jackson said. "What matters is what the Bible says. And I'm really concerned about our country because immorality is, well, let's see: secular humanism rules the airwaves, and it's stealing the innocence away from this whole generation of children. My daughter is a teenager and I can't find any show that she can watch."

With that diatribe, Jackson was asked, based on her remarks, both in the column and in the interview, whether she was homophobic. "That's a cute little buzzword of the liberal agenda," Jackson smirked. "Basically, the Bible says that homosexuality is a sin."

Posted by John Celock: 05/19/2012 12:55 pm

[A Mississippi state lawmaker quoted a Bible passage on] Facebook calling for gay men to be "put to death" has taken to the social networking site again to refuse to apologize for the remark.

Rep. Andy Gipson (R-Braxton) Friday to say that although he has been receiving emails and calls [with regard to his statement], he will not say he's sorry. The emails have come in response to a petition calling on the lawmaker to issue an apology and to meet with LGBT groups in Mississippi.

"To be clear, I want the world to know that I do not, cannot, and will not apologize for the inspired truth of God's Word. It is one thing that will never 'change,'" Gipson wrote. "Anyone who knows me knows I also believe that all people are created in God's image, and that all people are loved by God, so much so that He gave us the truth of His Word which convicts us of the reality and guilt of our sin, and He gave us His Son Jesus who paid the full penalty for all our sins, by His grace through our faith in Him as we repent of our sin. It is this message that I preach every Sunday. I sincerely pray God will reach someone through this message."

Gipson is a Baptist minister and a business lawyer when not serving in the Legislature. He notes� that his family are "of the Christian faith, and are affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. "The passage from Leviticus that Gipson first cited reads: "If a man has sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads."

On Facebook at least, Gipson has received overwhelming support for his original comments and his refusal to apologize. Eighty-three people have "liked" his post, and he's received dozens of supportive comments, including praise for supporting God and sticking to his original message. "I stand with you my friend. ... GOD is in control ... no place for Gays," Ted W. Cole.

Gipson, 35, has served in the Mississippi Legislature since 2008. He chairs a judiciary committee.

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These diatribes continue to this day, as well as whatever legislation in their states that try to circumvent the Supreme Court's ruling that same-sex marriage is legal.

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