for no justifiable reason. I still visited his site myself on occasion
and, I must confess, sometimes wondered whether his abrasive
and aggressive manner was a facade - a part he was playing
tedly, but adding the word 'Black ' to the names of two minor characters
be described as either 'intolerant' or 'homophobic'. (It appears
our concerns, not ourselves.)
different to mine or anybody else's. However, just because he
may not understand a point of view, it doesn't mean that he, in his
ignorant incomprehension, is entitled to to lambast, insult, denigrate
or be dismissive of folk merely on the basis that they hold a different
opinion to his. Not everyone who has reservations over the spread of
gay culture is a 'homophobe' (a ridiculous word, in my opinion, used
only to diminish the opinion of those who have concerns on the sub-
ject), because they don't hate gay people, they just aren't comfort-
able with what they represent. Do you think they're wrong?
Fine, but they're entitled to their opinion - a traditional
opinion that goes back many years.
ously impact on the life of a gay person with a choice of options
(and bakeries). And as Mr. Isabella is so fond of calling for boy-
cotts of those he sees as 'bigots', why doesn't he simply advocate
that, rather than insist on being served by an alleged 'bigot', the
hate-filled people who resent anybody thinking differently to them, and
who insult, denigrate, abuse and malign anyone who does - while posing
as the champion of the oppressed and downtrodden in an attempt to in-
crease their public profile, well - we should perhaps feel pity for them.
Mr. Isabella, in willfully misrepresenting my comments and their mo-
tivation (eagerly egged on by those pursuing an obsessive grudge),
has revealed that he is a man bereft of honesty, and worthy of
no respect whatsoever. At least, not from me, he isn't!