meninlove said Jake, I've seen no few extemist christians spam this site with hate stuff, but I've never seen a muslim do it.
If you're saying I spam this with anti-Muslim shit and no one spams with anti-Christian shit, you're dead wrong. I'd rather see Muslims embrace homosexuality. But if they don't then fuck them. I'll spam the whole world so that it knows my thoughts on this. But this
thread is about embracing GAY MUSLIMS. And the last thread I made was about being GAY and PALESTINIAN, with the intent to point out how gay Palestinians are stuck between Palestine and Israel, both which resent them for different reasons.
meninlove saidThat Greg guy doesn't like gays and he doesn't like muslims. It's an old strategy, to get two groups you don't like to fight with each other while you sit back with popcorn and grin. Kinda tacky I think. I'd feel a lot better about it if the gay bar was started up by, well, gay people.
Well, that's a good point. I didn't know this guy was some douche bag anti-gay anti-Muslim Republican. I thought he genuinely wanted a gay bar there to double-check the broad-minded intent of putting a Mosque there. It would be much better if it were a gay guy building the gay bar. Even better: a gay Muslim. But I doubt any gay Muslim will have the balls to do that for a while. Though having said that there are promoters with gay Middle-Eastern night here in Los Angeles, and on the flyers it often uses Muslim, Christian, and Jewish words, being an advocate for uniting all cultures but with the Middle Eastern theme.
My encounters with gay Muslims in person (no not on this site) have always been good. I want them to have their voices heard. I want them to have a huge impact on homosexuality and Islam. And no, they are not nearly as prominent as gay Christians are. There are not nearly as high a percentage as Mosques as there are Churches that openly embrace homosexuality. And that needs to change right now.