‘Ex’ Lesbian Wants to Vomit at Thought of Gays Marrying

Linda Wall, who claims to be an ex-lesbian “delivered from homosexuality by the power of the Living Jesus Christ,” says that the thought of two men or two women marrying makes her want to vomit. Then again, a lot of things seem to make her want to vomit.

Yet, here we are thirty-three years later with men marrying men and women marrying women being the law of the land. Although I saw it coming, I still want to vomit every time I am reminded of this abomination…

On Sunday after the abominable ruling by the five unelected judges in black robes, I intentionally listened to three different preachers to see how they handled this new law redefining the Holy God’s definition of marriage.

My observation resulted in one thought: “no wonder this Judeo-Christian nation has fallen into the hands of the Sodomites!”

Not one of the three preachers called this moment in time abominable.

As a matter of fact, all three played the “politically correct” card and tiptoed about the matter. Two served their congregation the “sweet message of everything is ok, God is on the throne.” And the third led a “pep rally”, “Jesus is coming back any day now to get us.” I wanted to barf at all three.

Yes, the very idea of two gay people getting married makes her want to puke — but don’t you dare call her a bigot! I would suggest you see a gastroenterologist. You’ve got a serious problem there.

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  • Alverant

    So what, her opinions aren’t justification to violate the rights of others.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Thank God us Conservatives like Linda Wall have good secular arguments against so-called “gay” so-called “marriage”, otherwise we’d just be a bunch of small-minded, petty theocrats whose are nauseated by things that fail to meet our concept of purity.

  • raven

    Ex’ Lesbian Wants to Vomit at Thought of Gays Marrying

    She can vomit all she wants. It is a free country, after all.

    And just why am I supposed to care about her dietary peculiarities? I don’t. Vomit away, Ms. Wall.

  • D. C. Sessions

    I can sympathize. I have the same reaction to shrimp [1]. Maybe we can work a deal: I’ll back off on my support for SSM if she can get her co-religionists to make eating arthropods illegal. I mean, it’s Biblical, after all!

    [1] Bad shellfish many years ago.

  • Synfandel

    …by the power of the Living Jesus Christ…

    Not to be confused with the Dead Jesus Christ.

  • gAytheist

    Maybe she’s an emetophile in addition to be an ex-lesbian.

  • Synfandel

    God is on the throne

    And you do NOT want to go into that room in the next hour!

  • scienceavenger

    …this new law redefining the Holy God’s definition of marriage.

    The law changes (again) the definition of marriage that the law recognizes. It (and most of us) don’t care what you think your Holy God’s definition is.

  • besomyka

    Swallow that much shit and you’re bound to have reflux issues.

  • Pierce R. Butler

    Ms Wall: Lesbianism cannot be “cured”. Bulimia can.

    Seek help!

  • Hercules Grytpype-Thynne

    five unelected judges in black robes

    They never fail to mention the black robes. I wonder what the issue is, and whether they’d be happier with five unelected judges in, say, rainbow robes.

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    I read the headline of this post, and was instantly reminded of “A Clockwork Orange,” where “ex-murderer” Alex was conditioned to puke at the mere hint of violence. I kinda suspect there’s some very similar conditioning at work here.

    Swallow that much shit and you’re bound to have reflux issues.

    But it’s GOD on the throne, so it’s GOOD shit she’s swallowing, amirite?

  • raven

    …and whether they’d be happier with five unelected judges in, say, rainbow robes.

    Or white robes with pointy white hats made out of pillow cases.

  • justsomeguy

    I get a kick out of their attempt to use “unelected” as an insult. Who elected her god?

  • xuuths

    Well, since she’s lying about being an “ex-lesbian”, it goes without saying that everything else is likely to be a lie as well.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    justsomeguy “I get a kick out of their attempt to use “unelected” as an insult. Who elected her god?”

    The Elect did. Duh.

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    xuuths: Actually, she’s probably not lying about wanting to puke. If I had been shamed, humiliated, and taught to hate myself because I was gay, and then saw other gay people getting away with what I’d been made so miserable for doing/being, I’d probably feel a bit sick too. That’s not a fair, rational or helpful response, but it’s a human response, and it’s how victims of such gross injustices can be made to hate other victims, instead of uniting with them.

  • http://florilegia.wordpress.com Ibis3, These verbal jackboots were made for walking

    @Hercules

    I was just going to comment the same thing. What is it with the “black robes” thing?

  • John Pieret

    I was just going to comment the same thing. What is it with the “black robes” thing?

    Given that they are all living in the 50s, they are probably thinking of the old TV and movie westerns where the bad guys always wore black hats.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Black robes bad! (Except these)

  • http://florilegia.wordpress.com Ibis3, These verbal jackboots were made for walking

    @Modus

    Okaay. That was a bit scary.

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