Gay Anti-Bullying Speaker Curses and Mocks Teenage Christians

It was supposed to be a national journalism conference for high school students from around the country but it turned out to be an anti-Christian propaganda tirade spewed forth by none other than Dan Savage, the queer anti-bullying guru who portrays himself as the savior of all those disaffected and abused gay youth out there supposedly hunkered down in America’s school systems.

Savage, who sells himself as the Pied Piper of gay youth activism, runs a non-profit called It Gets Better, an ongoing anti-bullying project backed by big money and supported by big names in business and politics.  Mr. Savage also writes a sex advice column in an online rag called The Stranger.  In his latest advice to the sexually confused and culturally repressed, Dan Dick Head waxes poetic on the liberating lustfulness of random sexual hookups and how such encounters just might lead to a lasting relationship if handled with a bit of post-coital courtesy.

Now, sometimes people hook up with strangers precisely because they wanna have sex with someone they don’t know and don’t expect to see again. And that’s not always a bad idea: Having sex with someone who you don’t expect to see again can be very liberating.

A girl who can’t let herself go with a guy she’s dating…will grind the dick off a hookup…Say a straight boy has always wanted a girl to put him in her panties and peg his ass. What if she freaks out and dumps him?

Treat your hookups like people you might actually see again—like human beings with human feelings, not just human holes and/or poles—and you might actually see them againThe Stranger

Apparently, Mr. Savage’s idea of IT getting better for America’s gay youth seems to have everything to do with the number and types of sexual encounters to be had in our very modern world of happy horny HIV hedonism.

Ok, so much for the introduction to the maggot mindset of Dan Savage, role model extraordinaire.  Now, back to his speech at the National High School Journalism Conference…

Savage was supposed to give a talk to the students on the evils of bullying but instead he spent his time trashing Christianity while mocking and name-calling the 100 or so high school kids who had the guts to stand up and walk out on this disgustingly disingenuous jerk-off.

Rick Tuttle, the journalism advisor for Sutter Union High School in California, was among several thousand people in the audience. He said they thought the speech was one thing – but it turned into something else.

“I thought this would be about anti-bullying,” Tuttle told Fox news. “It turned into a pointed attack on Christian beliefs.”

Tuttle said a number of his students were offended by Savage’s remarks – and some decided to leave the auditorium.

“It became hostile,” he said. “It felt hostile as we were sitting in the audience – especially towards Christians who espouse beliefs that he was literally taking on.”

Tuttle said the speech was laced with vulgarities and “sexual innuendo not appropriate for this age group.” At one point, he said Savage told the teenagers about how good his partner looked in a speedo.

As the teenagers were walking out, Tuttle said that Savage heckled them and called them “pansy asses.” Fox News

And what did the National Scholastic Press Association and the Journalism Education Association, co-sponsors of the conference, have to say about Mr. Savage’s remarks and behavior?

“We appreciate the level of thoughtfulness and deliberation regarding Dan Savage’s keynote address,” the NSPA wrote. “some audience members who felt hurt by his words and tone decided to leave in the middle of his speech, and to this, we want to make our point very clear: While as a journalist it’s important to be able to listen to speech that offends you, these students and advisers had simply reached their tolerance level for what they were willing to hear.”

Reached their tolerance level.  In other words, the students who walked out on the anti-Christian rants of Dan Savage were the ones with the problem, for it surely couldn’t have been the great gay hero and his offensive and inappropriate remarks to an auditorium full of under-aged school kids.  The teenaged students with their Christian beliefs were the real bullies here and the adult crotch-focused homo at the head of the class was their victim.

You know, instead of simply walking out of the auditorium, perhaps the students should have taken a page from the Left’s handbook on how to box the ears of your enemies and shouted down this hedonism hustler right off of his self-important podium.

Maybe it’s time for us to take off our very bourgeois boxing gloves and put aside our proper political Marquess of Queensberry rules and begin to selectively adopt some of those more aggressive Saul Alinsky tactics.  It’s time to get righteously angry, people.  It’s time to get tough.

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12 Responses to Gay Anti-Bullying Speaker Curses and Mocks Teenage Christians

  1. Paula says:

    Before this came out (erm, so to speak) on Fox News, I had never heard of this crack pot. Hmmm. Where’d he come from? That’s a rhetorical question cuz I guess I could find out, but I wont.

  2. Perry Palmer says:

    Dan Savage must be a Liberal. Note how liberal and tolerant he is. The irony in this is he’s bullying just like what his anti-bullying project is against.

    No one is more proficient at bullying than Liberals. Why is it that Liberal gays want to hit everyone over the head with their sex??? Don’t they have a life other than sex??? What about a hobby or other creativity? Talk about shallow!! I remember reading that an East Coast gay man would say, “I’m an architect, oh, and I’m gay.” A West Coast gay man would say, “I’m GAY, oh, and I’m an architect.”

    Liberal homosexuals have become the very militants they have hated in the past. They are mean and hostile. It sure didn’t used to be that way.

    I hate seeing gay men in parades flaunting their sexuality, humping each other and dressing pornographically. It’s no wonder decent people are edgy around gays. And they say they want to be treated the same as heterosexuals! Well, even heterosexuals are acting like gays.

    Your comment, “It’s the cock culture–so unhealthy, so dehumanizing, so predatory.”, was right on the mark.

    • You are so right. And not even the horrendous scourge of an AIDS epidemic killing off almost an entire generation of men could bring forth the obvious lifestyle epiphany: that all the obsessive tricking and the gay culture that supports it is physically and emotionally self-destructive.

      And now we have a government-sponsored queer who sells himself as the king of slimy promiscuous sex standing up in front of kids as a role model. Time to take on the gay garbage brigade.

    • justbrowsing says:

      When I first watched the video clip (on another site) of this speaking engagement I was angry but as I thought about it I am sad for the speaker. My favorite quote that helps me understand so many people is ‘hurt people, hurt people’. I am a Christian who has been hurt by christians (and non-christians). No one is perfect and sometimes people say wrong things especially when not speaking out of love. So I think someone likely hurt this guy at some point for him to be so angry. It was awful what he did but I hope one day he would see things better and with less bitterness. He is holding on to his bitterness so badly he can’t reach those who might need or even want to hear what he has to say. His point should plainly be that any bullying including passive-aggressive bullying is not nice to do to anyone.

      • How any school or parent would allow their children to be carted off to one of this crud ball’s so-called ‘anti-bullying’ spectacles is beyond me. There are gay men and lesbian women living healthy and respectable lives and this is the pig that is standing in front of their children as a role model?? Are parents and schools so pathetically eager to get on-board with the ‘gay is in’ theme that they don’t even care about the specific character and personal lifestyle of the gay man they’ve chosen to interact with their children??

        I appreciate your even-handed and sympathetic take on the likes of Dan Savage, but I’ve got to say that I’m more than fed-up with the passive, all-loving, we-must-understand, turn-the-other-cheek, Christian forgiveness festival! Creatures like Mr. Savage need to be confronted, not coddled, not understood, not tolerated. And he needs to be kept as far away from America’s kids as possible.

  3. bunkerville says:

    Gay men and Lesbian women- different.

  4. veryopinionated25 says:

    Ya know, this is pathetic and stupid! Savage was soo inmature. No wonder teens are more confused than ever about their sexuality! Just goes to show you that the gay left have no commonsense what so ever!

    • veryopinionated25 says:

      Also i wouldn’t blame them for walking out in the middle of his speech. And did he ever think that there might be some gay-christains as well in that crow? Just sayin.

      • I think he knew damn well there were kids with a Christian background there. I’m glad to hear that some walked out. But Christians are too damn passive and if they think that turning the other cheek will make all the religious bigotry go away, they are deluding themselves.

    • The fact that this crud ball has status and makes a living off of serving as a role model for gay youth, is infuriating.

      I think it’s high time that we start our own non-profits to push a cleaner and healthier representation of lesbians and gay men.

      • veryopinionated25 says:

        I agree with you on that.. how about lets tell the truth about gays and lesbians intead of rainbows and sunshine identities! And also tell them that it’s okay to wait untill you are older to come out if you feel that you are gay or lesbian..just sayin’.

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