Queerty is better as a member
I am so proud of the Peace House people for doing this. My friend from Chicago and I stopped there Sunday, October 13th, but the guys weren’t home. Best wishes to the Peace house and a big PUM/PEDO* to the Westie Beasties!
I didn’t know there was a transgender flag. Frankly I prefer the rainbow flag, but that’s beside the point. My question is: Other than having a little fun at the WBC’s expense, what are these people doing? If their goal is to annoy the WBC, I guess they’ve accomplished it. But it really seems like they could be doing something more worthwhile with their time.
The owners bought the house themselves specifically to raise awareness of WBC. As I understand it, they used their own money; I think that counts as doing something more.
@jwtraveler: you mean like the way WBC “pokes fun” at military funerals and how WBC “pokes fun” with their funny little “GOD HATES FAGS” signs at protests around the country? I’m not laughing.
@Harley: I’m not defending the WBC, but my point, as I clearly stated is: What goal is this house accomplishing? Are their antics having any effect on the actions of the WBC? I don’t think so.@David Gervais: I don’t know who lives in the house, but the money could be better used if they were supporting a shelter for homeless and abused gay youth. There must be a few in Topeka.
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