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1500 UMASS students out-protested 5 members of the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church, by mocking them. The WBC was protesting Derrick Gordon, and the students weren’t having it.
The Westboro Baptist Church thought Moore, Oklahoma would be a good place to spread their messages of hate yesterday, but they were wrong.
Photos: Kansas counter-protesters greeted the first Westboro protest since the death of founder Fred Phelps with a banner offering condolences on their loss.
“When you build a group around the personality and politics of a single leader, it’s sometimes difficult to keep that group alive when that leader dies.” – Mark Potok, The Southern Poverty Law Center
The death of one of the most hate-filled anti-gay men in America should stand to usher in a new season of equality and fairness, and hopefully, a gentler time for all.
Fred Phelps, reportedly on his deathbed, likely won’t have a funeral for anyone to protest.
Fred Phelps being on the “edge of death” is not hard to understand, but how could the founder of a church be excommunicated? Here’s some intriguing insight.
Fred Phelps, the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church — which uses the term “God Hates Fags” — “is now on the edge of death.”
Thousands of students from the University of Missouri came out in the cold Saturday in a show of support for gay football player, Michael Sam against the Westboro Baptist Church.
In honor of Transgender Day Of Remembrance, Equality House — the house literally across the street from the Westboro Baptist Church — repainted their home with the colors of the transgender flag.
Is the Westboro Baptist Church rushing to our nation’s capitol to pray for the U.S. Senate during a national crisis? Are they traveling cross-country to help the needy, the sick, the poor? Hell no.
The Westboro Baptist Church went to Bozeman, Montana, and got in return a well-organized cold shoulder from an estimated 1000 protestors, aided by 1500 scoops of free ice cream.
Bryan Fischer, the spokesperson for that anti-gay hate group American Family Association, today is claiming “everything you know about Matthew Shepard is wrong.”
On the first day same-sex marriages were allowed in the state, the citizens of Cranston, Rhode Island, turned out in force to make sure the Westboro Baptist Church knew they were not welcome.
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