Heroic Students Create “Anti-Gay Day” Event in Response to Pro-Gay “Day of Silence”

Eli Stenson
Daily Stormer
April 23, 2015

Egad! A student who dislikes faggotry! Crucify him!
Egad! A student who dislikes faggotry! Crucify him!

Some students at a high school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania recently organized an “Anti-Gay Day,” ostensibly in response to a “Day of Silence” for dead LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ people.

The students in question wrote “anti-gay” on their hands, hung anti-faggotry posters on lockers, and may or may not have passed out a “lynch list” of the 30 to 50 students who actually participated in the “Day of Silence.”

Yahoo!:

One student recalled the scene to local reporters. “Yesterday, there was pushing, posters hung on homosexual students’ lockers,” Zoe Johnson, a bisexual student at McGuffey, told news reporters on Friday. “Teachers were having to run out and take them down.” Johnson also said the so-called anti-gay students uploaded Bible verses to social media and tagged their LGBT classmates.

Whoever these students are, I commend them. It takes balls to stand up to all this faggotry, especially in such an overt, controversial manner.

God bless them.

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