Thursday, May 09, 2019

Sad: LGBT Discrimination Is Missouri Legacy

Contrary to the law of the land of just the basic sense of American fairness . . . Missouri Red State hardliners enforcing legalized haterion is getting embarrassing. On the bright side, a Kansas City lawmaker is calling out the cringe-y tradition and pushing for change. Checkit:

Missouri lawmakers attempt to ban LGBT discrimination for 21st straight year

"We call it MONA. The Missouri Nondiscrimination Act. MONA can now legally drink," said Rep. Greg Razer, a Kansas City Democrat who sponsors one of two identical MONA bills in the Missouri House of Representatives. Razer says the bill can legally drink because it has been filed in the General Assembly every year since 1998.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I met a gay dude a few years ago who went to one of those conversion camps for gay boys. He said he came out of camp more gay than when he went in.

Anonymous said...

Gay conversion therapy has an excellent rate of success. Many people who were once flaming faggots are now normal people.

Not A Dick-Sucking, Butt-Fucking Faggot said...

Sources close to Rep. Greg Razer claim that the Kansas City Democrat can easily pass a 12 ounce aluminum container in-and-out of his asshole with relative ease.

Anonymous said...

How about a tall boy?

Anonymous said...

We need to ban gays and lesbians from pushing their sexual perversions on us.

Anonymous said...

Show us where gays have been fired only for being homos, and not because they're also bad workers. Nobody cares if they're gay, only if they earn their keep.

Anonymous said...

Sicko Pride

Anonymous said...

I Agree with the above, we gotta round up all them Homosapiens and put them into forced "Conversion Camps" to straighten them out!