Remember that Texas restaurant that threw a gay couple out because they “don’t serve fags here”? According to many people on Yelp, they are now the most popular gay bar in the area. That’s what activists have done in retaliation for the owner’s vile bigotry.
After the story broke on local news outlets, people began writing reviews for Big Earl’s claiming the Texas restaurant is actually a gay bar. Its Yelp page has been flooded with photos of same-sex couples and an image of the store’s billboard has been manipulated to read “Big Gay Al’s.”
One Yelp review reads: “Lovely place to bring your same-sex partner to and show how much you love him/her as much as their food! The more flamboyant, the better!”
Another says: “On the positive side, it says “Bait House” but the place was more like a Bath House with all the horny Texas cowboys flirting and slapping each other’s behinds. Very gay-friendly atmosphere!”
“I think that for the homosexual community to be targeting a restaurant and good people is ugly, it is uncalled for. They’re pushing an envelope and they want to not only have tolerance – they want to shove things down our collective throats,” Cathie Adams, president of the “pro-family” group Texas Eagle Forum, told KRLD. “As one who has been married for 45 years to my husband, I don’t think that it’s my role to stand in the street corner and start talking about the style of private life my husband and I have.”
Oh yes, those poor “good people” being “targeted.” Funny how calling gay people fags and throwing them out of your restaurant is totally acceptable behavior that “good people” engage in, but criticizing them for it is unfairly targeting them.