Saturday, July 2, 2011

“If You Don’t Like Gay Marriage, Don’t Get Gay Married”

Following New York's legalization of marriage equality, Manhattan Mini Storage placed this common-sense advice around NYC on billboards and in the subway:

4 comments:

Michael The Molar Maven said...

I would like to drop the term "gay marriage" and stick completely with "marriage equality". Having said that, what does that particular message mean? Are they saying, "I won't interfere with your life; please don't interfere with mine?"

Jeff Tone said...

Yes. If you don’t like it, that’s your right. Just don’t interfere with the rights of others.

wryguy said...

Reminds me of that ad posted by Jefferson Davis: "If you don't like slavery, don't buy a slave."

Don't think Lincoln bought it, though.

Bryce Thomason said...

Some in the spiritual arena of thought accept as true that they "must stop" the "gay agenda, whatever that might be. Of course, there are folks who are very obstinate in the GLBT community about certain issues such as gay marriage and they demand to be heard and are vocal on the following stage over this debate. When I read the gentleman's essay arguing that no one is born gay, I certainly understood where he was coming from, as he felt as if the ""gay agenda" had come too far, and so, he is just as adamant about pushing back now.