My recent interaction with Facebook confirmed what many have already observed: You can mock Jesus and the Christian faith on Facebook in the crudest and ugliest terms without penalty (as you’ll see in a moment, I do mean “crudest and ugliest”), but if you dare post something that is considered offensive to LGBT members, you could very well be punished.
In response to:
"Gay people wouldn't redefine marriage in a NEGATIVE way, and anyone who defames the intents of gay people as doing the opposite and using religious beliefs to justify it, then what Aura says is correct." The same applies to those would defame the intents of Christians as the opposite and use tolerance and acceptance to justify it while in they themselves practices niether of the such.
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