“YOU N****R, one man shouted (…) Someone else said same thing to me on the next block near the [Mormon] temple… me and my friend were walking, he is also gay but Korean, and a young WeHo clone said after last night the n*****s better not come to West Hollywood if they knew what was BEST for them.”
Along with hundreds of other homosexuals, “Geoffrey” (above) rallied outside the LDS Temple in Westwood, California last November to protest the Mormon’s (highly exaggerated) support of the state’s “anti-gay marriage” initiative known as Proposition 8.
He didn’t expect to hear racist insults and threats of violence hurled at him by fellow gays. Yet as his story wound its way around intenet blogs and chatrooms, other non-white homosexuals shared similar chilling tales. The narrow passage of “Prop 8” did more than make “gay marriage” illegal in California. It also revealed a rift in the “rainbow coalition”, with homosexuals taking out their anger on African-Americans, who voted against “gay marriage” at a rate of 70%.
My latest piece at Examiner.com is the first of a two part series on the gay vs. black rift over gay marriage, and gay activists’ attempts to punish Mormons and Catholics for opposing Prop 8 (since they can’t very well go after black churches, can they?)
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