Skip to comments.One Million Moms Boycotts Urban Outfitters for Lesbian Kiss Catalog Photo
Posted on 04/22/2012 4:13:16 PM PDT by Uncle Slayton
One Million Moms' newest campaign is highlighting Urban Outfitters, whose April catalog features two presumably lesbian women awkwardly kissing.
One Million Moms, a conservative values offshoot of the American Family Association, is boycotting Urban Outfitters for the lewd photo, which they claim is "geared toward teenagers."
(Excerpt) Read more at global.christianpost.com ...
If they showed a baggy Elena Kagan putting a lip-lock on Janet “Moose” Reno, it wouldn’t be cutting-edge cool.
It’s like the single-mother myth Hollywood pushes: how `courageous’ they are—a standing O when introduced on daytime TV shows dealing with their dysfunctional lives, but they’re independent, free and single like the movie actresses.
In Muncie, Indiana a single mother is likely working 12 hour shifts at Target, paying more for transportation and daycare than she can afford and her kid(s) are growing up feral because she’s too tired to give a s*** when she comes home in the evening and collapses on the couch.
Old lesbians don’t die. They just fade away, like tragic old male queens, as bitter old cat ladies, winding up on “Hoarders” drawing SS disability for, say, fibromyalgia, because they’re miserable after having chosen to be independent, free and single—like movie actresses, but winding up broke, reading their copies of Urban Outfitters, alone, and not a bit like the photographs.
OK, rant over. I just hate seeing the MSM jobbing the simpleminded. I’m going to walk the dog, get some fresh air.
I won’t and can’t believe it with out a picture. No story unless its proven with a visual image.
I don't think "Christ" is considered so offensive that it needs to be censored; quite the opposite, I think "for Christ's sake" is considered to be taking Christ's name in vain, and is censored for that reason.
It will end when people start fighting back.
True story. For one of my sons’ birthdays, I got him an American Eagle sweatshirt, red. We always have a present next to their bed in the morning on their birthday. Well, he cried when he opened it! It was “too preppy” and he didn’t want to hurt my feelings by telling me that.
I just laughed and said I would keep it for myself and went and got him a plain WalMart one.
Of course it will never end. The left is relentless. This is a problem conservatives still haven't come to terms with. Too many conservative people get fired up about something, go to the polls, win an election, and then go back to their business assuming they've won the war. That is the wrong approach. They won a small battle in a bigger war. Conservatives need to stay on the offense ALL of the time. We can't let up at all, just like "progressives" will never stop pushing their sick agenda. Unfortunately the left has an advantage over us on this - these people literally grow up wanting to change the world and push their agenda at all times. Conservative people tend to want to accomplish real things, run businesses, raise families, etc. It is simply time we on the conservative side understand that politics can't be pushed aside at any time. We must always fight the left, because the left will never stop.
That is something to think about. But, personally, I am hard pressed to believe that anyone in Hollywood would take into account what a Christian considers to be offensive.
These are the people who release violent slasher films on Christmas Day, after all.
Couldn't agree more.
Clip those fingernails!
LOL! Satan is such a dumbass!
“I think “for Christ’s sake” is considered to be taking Christ’s name in vain”
I read an essay which held that taking the Lord’s Name in vain really meant claiming to do things in His name or believe things in His name when one is actually without faith or those things are contrary to what God has told us.
I’m not advocating using any Holy Name as an expletive, which certainly shows no reverence or love. Just saying.
“One Million Moms’ newest campaign is highlighting Urban Outfitters, whose April catalog features two presumably lesbian women awkwardly kissing.”
Well, you won’t find my ancient carcass shopping in their seniors section, that’s for sure.
Never purchased from them before. Doubt I will in the future.
I have a friend who cruises some goodwill stores in the rich part of town near the beach...whenever she does she bring me a sack of short pants and T’s in my size (I live on a boat, that’s all I wear), all look brand new.
Other than shoes and socks, I don’t think I’ve bought a single item of clothing the last two or three years.
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