BATH CHRISTIAN TROLLOPE CONFUSESBEING GAY WITH MAKIN’ BACON

There are two things in the world that can be cured, bacon and illness. As being gay is officially not an illness anyone who claims to have been cured of being gay or claims you can be cured from being gay is being deceitful and if not, they have a very poor grasp of the English language.

From THE BBC:

A gay Bath resident has said a letter claiming that homosexuality can be "cured" is "absolutely disgraceful". Baz Harding said he was "shocked and dismayed" after the letter, titled 'It is still a sinful act', appeared in the Bath Chronicle earlier in July. It was written by Julie Trollope in response to a letter by gay church leaders claiming the Church of England was failing to embrace diversity.

Ms Trollope, who signs off the letter with Bath Christian, wrote, "There are many wonderful testimonies of homosexuals who have been completely healed and set free to live normal, heterosexual lives - the way God intended."

Mr Harding said, "Cured from what? I'm happy being gay, I've been with my partner for eight years, we've got a happy relationship. What I read was absolutely disgraceful."

Bath Chronicle editor Sam Holliday said, "We will publish anything within the law and without malice."

Calling somebody ill who is not ill is slanderous and slander is malicious. Therefore, Mr Holliday obviously does not stick to his own rules.

Anyway, according to the same book in the Old Testament that Bath Christian quotes, God really hates trollop(e)s. And according to the teaching of Jesus Christ in the New Testament she's going to hell in a handcart for her spiteful narrow mindedness.

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BATH CHRISTIAN TROLLOPE CONFUSESBEING GAY WITH MAKIN’ BACON — 7 Comments

  1. Alison, I’m good for what ails ya, darlin’!

    [What?! I haven’t gratuitously flirted w/ a random female around here in days!]

    I might mention “a Trollope on Holliday”, but then we’d ALL have to spork our eyes out! }-p

  2. I think calling someone ill who is not ill in print is called “libel” but I could be wrong. 🙂