Fred and Shirley Phelps finally found a ride to last night’s One Direction concert in Kansas City, Missouri, where they spent the evening behind police barricades in the parking lot, yelling obscenities and ordering 12-year-old girls to burn in Hell for their fag-enabling ways.
The WBC announced last month that they’d be at the concert protesting “fag enabling perverts” One Direction because they “grab each other’s asses on stage.” They’re not the first people to drive across state lines to see such an act, but definitely the most insane.
The small group of sign-toting folks were mostly ignored by the throngs of teenage fans excitedly running past them, and were promptly pushed back into place after crossing the picket line once (presumably because omg was that Zayn and Liam over there?! Oh my god mom, I’m going to DIE!).
No big deal for the band, though. After learning about the controversy, frontman Harry Styles tweeted the following message supporting equal rights:
Despite the company outside, I believe in equal rights for everyone. I think God loves all. Thanks for coming to the show though.
— Harry Styles. (@Harry_Styles) July 20, 2013
Swooooon. These boys can do no wrong.
I must be getting old. I really thought he was a young lesbian from the picture. Guess I need new glasses.
I think that’s the new style these days. Ambiguous or androgynous.
Great that people with popular influence rally to support the cause like this.
There is no need to “think god loves everyone”. God does love everyone. I appreciat Harry’s support for equal rights.
Someone actually successful supports equal rights..not just the wannabees needing publicity….awesome!!…
Dude looks like a lady.
And she also is sporting a new hair do! I think she cut off all her curly tresses.
I love messy/wavy/curly hair.
I’m not really into to the oh so sugary sweet boybands.
But a supporter of equality is someone I will support.
What’s the reaction a tweet in support of equal rights for everyone?
Bitchy, catty, immature insults of course.
Harry is just a wonderful human being. Can you please stop acting like all directioners are twelve? That’s not true and is extremely unpleasant for us, older fans. In fact One Direction are trying to get a rebranding and appeal more to people their own age.
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