Gay Writer: ‘It’s No Longer Okay’ to Shame Religious People Who Oppose Same-Sex Marriage

CNSNews has the story:

A gay writer who is planning to marry his partner says that it is no longer acceptable to shame people of faith by labeling them “homophobic” just because they do not support same-sex marriage.

“It is no longer okay – indeed, it never was – to write cutesy articles shaming religious people as homophobic for simply being one of the many millions of Americans in 2016 who attend a religious congregation that does not support same-sex marriage. That is not a good move for activism or journalism,” wrote Brandon Ambrosino in a December 1st oped published by the Washington Post.

Ambrosino cited a November 29 BuzzFeed article about Chip and Joanna Gaines, the stars of the popular HGTV show Fixer Upper.

“They are also, as they detail in The Magnolia Story, devout Christians – Joanna has spoken of and written about her conversations with God,”

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