Pittsburgh Station to Air AFA Anti-Gay Television Program

Press release from the American Family Association regarding an upcoming episode of their series “Speechless:  Silencing the Christians.”  Apparently, this is the week to take on the homos. 

> Local network television stations will soon begin airing a new television
> special produced by the American Family Association.
>
> Most Americas get their information about the homosexual movement from the
> secular news media and Hollywood, which not only support but promote the
gay
> agenda.  What people know is tainted by pro-homosexual propaganda.
>
> AFA now presents this one-hour special to reveal the truth about the
radical
> homosexual agenda and its impact on the family, the nation, and religious
> freedom.
>
> “Speechless” – the title of the television special – will air in the
> Pittsburg area Wednesday, February 11.  You can watch it locally at 9 p.m.
> on WPCB, channel 40.
>
> The TV Special will reveal the truth about:
> The claim that homosexuals are born that way and cannot change.
> The negative impact on children resulting from schools promoting the gay
> lifestyle,
> Protected minority status for homosexuals.
> Same-sex marriage, and
> Legislative initiatives like Hate Crime and the Employment
> Non-Discrimination Act.
>
> And, it will:
>
> Attack the major lies of militant gay activists head-on.
> Alert viewers about what's at stake for the family if they get what they
> want.
> Present helpful information to stop the radical homosexual political
agenda.
>
>  Visit our website to learn more about the entire series of “Speechless:
> Silencing the Christians.”
>
> Thank you for caring enough to get involved. If you feel our efforts are
> worthy of support, would you consider making a small tax-deductible
> contribution to help us continue?
> Sincerely,
>
>
>
> Tim Wildmon, President
> American Family Association

It will air on Channel 40, WPCB also known as Cornerstone Television.  I checked their schedule and here it is.  The whole “Christians are being silenced” perspective is utterly ridiculous and part of this false pitting of gay rights against freedom of religion.  Ridiculous.  Christians are not being silenced to any further degree than any other American citizen. 

I say the best response is for all you Christian identifying homosexuals out there to follow the call of Reverend Janet Edwards and reclaim your churches. 

I wonder if I count as a militant gay activist?  Cause that would make my day.

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    Speaking of voting, I attended a rather grim advocacy training this weekend at the Gay and Lesbian Center and was perhaps disappointed but not surprised to find myself in the minority as a lesbian and in “monochrome” shall we say. There was one transgender person at the meeting. Overall, about 17-18 people were in attendance.
    I thought there was a lot that could have been improved about the meeting- for example, childcare for those who couldn't leave the kids at home; and more advance notice than was given. But the men leading the meeting are trying to affect change and if we actually want to change our own situation there's a lot to be said for joining forces instead of kvetching at dinner parties and over beer (not to say that nothing good ever came out of a tasty meal and nice kvetching session!)
    There's a non-discrimination bill out that the Human Rights Commission of PA, Equality PA, and the ACLU are trying to get passed this term in the state legislature, and it looks like it has a fighting chance. If we get involved, even to the minimum of writing a letter to our representatives, we also get to take credit!
    Sue, I hope you don't mind my lengthy and off-topic posts- I'm just easily excited! Thank you for providing this forum for inspiration and discussion.

  • It always amazes me how people who don't take the time of day to think about their personal moral values will adopt others' so quickly. It's difficult for me to think that if we'd just gotten to those people first that we could have shown them who it is they're voting against and slurring against and praying against.
    Speaking of voting, I attended a rather grim advocacy training this weekend at the Gay and Lesbian Center and was perhaps disappointed but not surprised to find myself in the minority as a lesbian and in “monochrome” shall we say. There was one transgender person at the meeting. Overall, about 17-18 people were in attendance.
    I thought there was a lot that could have been improved about the meeting- for example, childcare for those who couldn't leave the kids at home; and more advance notice than was given. But the men leading the meeting are trying to affect change and if we actually want to change our own situation there's a lot to be said for joining forces instead of kvetching at dinner parties and over beer (not to say that nothing good ever came out of a tasty meal and nice kvetching session!)
    There's a non-discrimination bill out that the Human Rights Commission of PA, Equality PA, and the ACLU are trying to get passed this term in the state legislature, and it looks like it has a fighting chance. If we get involved, even to the minimum of writing a letter to our representatives, we also get to take credit!
    Sue, I hope you don't mind my lengthy and off-topic posts- I'm just easily excited! Thank you for providing this forum for inspiration and discussion.

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