Skip to comments.Jennifer Lopez to be awarded by [Homosexual] rights organisation
Posted on 03/27/2014 1:44:07 PM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez will be given the Vanguard Award at the GLAAD Media Awards in April.
The honour is given to "artists and media professionals who, through their work, have increased the visibility and understanding of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community".
One of the reasons Lopez was chosen for the award by the gay rights organisation GLAAD is her role as producer on "The Fosters", a TV series about a lesbian couple raising a family of biological, adopted and foster children.
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Dumping television in 1997 has enabled me to attack these issues in ways that make liberals heads explode. It’s kinda funny.
I see this sort of thing the way Ricky Ricardo would have, and articulate my position better than he would have.
Ya'll are pitiful. A pitiful bunch of folk.
How cute, Marxist organizations giving awards to Marxists.
Pray America wakes up
Isn’t that special...
Ms Lopez needs to work with state and federal lawmakers to propose a gay rights amendment to the Constitution to the states for ratification. And if the states choose to ratify Ms Lopez's amendment, then gay rights will be constitutionally enumerated and Ms Lopez will be a hero.
This is actually funny. Remember how the homosexuals went nuts about her in the movie Gigli? She portrayed a lesbian who was “converted” by having sex with her then boyfriend Ben Affleck.
After they split up, her problem came to light, that she was a “marryin’ fool”, who equated sex with love and marriage; which is problematic when a person is sexually voracious.
When eventually her husbands couldn’t match her sexual pace, she assumed that they no longer loved her and wanted to break up.
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