Hornet, the gay dating app and social network, is getting political again — putting up billboards countering anti-LGBT hate groups in cities where they are headquartered. C., with a mobile billboard picturing a male couple and the tagline “We’re building families.
The Family Research Council wants to destroy them.” Billboards targeting the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., and Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs, Colo., will follow soon, and Hornet plans to put up messages countering other anti-LGBT groups around the country, with taglines tailored to them.
and he responded initially with sarcasm and hostility, but pretty quickly he sort of changed tactics." “Instead of mocking me — although he still did some of that too — he was asking questions about our picket signs and I started asking him questions about Jewish theology because I wanted to know how to better counter it.” She had initially begun to use the social networking platform as a way to further spread her message, but conversations with Mr Abitbol raised questions she could not answer.
What followed, was a one year correspondence with Mr Abitbol (to whom she is now married), and two meetings at Westboro Baptist church rallies across the country.
Even before we moved, he cut me off from friends and called me his evil daughter because I liked boys [the WBC forbids dating]. That everyone on earth, except its members, is going to hell.
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Speaking to Joe Rogan on his radio show the Joe Rogan Experience, Ms Phelps-Roger recalls the moment she began to have doubts about her faith. “One of the first things I did on Twitter was attack this Jewish man, David Abitbol, who ran a blog called Jewlicious.
He was listed as the second most influential Jew on Twitter ...
The company is using the Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of anti-LGBT hate groups as a guide.
“We are erecting these billboards across the country to draw attention to places from where hateful rhetoric and influence on anti-LGBTQ legislation stem.