April 23, 2015
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.”
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.