Consumers Vow to Avoid Doritos After Company Unveils ‘Gay Pride Rainbow Chips’

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PLANO, Texas – The manufacturers of Doritos potato chips say they have “had an amazing response” to their homosexuality-celebrating Doritos Rainbows chips, but some consumers have promised to never buy Doritos products again because of the company’s support of sin.

The Doritos brand, a subsidiary of Frito-Lay, Inc., has announced in a press release that their company will be offering bags of limited edition, rainbow-colored potato chips. The purpose of the chips is “to celebrate and support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in the boldest, most colorful way possible,” according to the release.

“Introducing Doritos Rainbows chips, the first Doritos product in history made up of multiple, rainbow-colored Doritos chips inspired by the pride flag,” the company announced.

Ram Krishnan, Frito-Lay’s chief marketing officer, said the Doritos Rainbow chips exemplify his company’s support for and celebration of “the LGBT community.”

“With Doritos Rainbows chips, we’re bringing an entirely new product experience to our consumers to show our commitment toward equal rights for the LGBT community and celebrate humanity without exception,” he said.

Frito-Lay offered the multi-colored chips to consumers who donated at least $10 in support of the It Gets Better Project—an activist organization founded by Dan Savage, an open homosexual. Savage is a controversial public figure who has repeatedly castigated the Bible and Christian political candidates.

“We’re honored to partner with the Doritos brand to celebrate the momentous progress that has been made toward equal rights for the LGBT community in this country,” stated Brett Peters, communications director of the It Gets Better Project.

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Doritos announced via social media on Friday that the company was “amazed” by the response elicited by the pro-homosexual rainbow chips and said all the Doritos Rainbow chips have been claimed. However, the company’s decision to produce the rainbow-colored snacks may have cost them a number of customers, as dozens of social media users vowed to never eat Doritos again, due to the company’s “gay propaganda.”

“Awesome, now I have a reason to never eat Doritos again,” one commenter stated.

“I won’t be buying Doritos again,” another wrote.

“Won’t ever buy a bag of Doritos ever again,” a third asserted on the Doritos Facebook page. “Being gay is a decision, as is my refusal to never support such a company as yours.”

Doritos is not the only national food company to support the homosexual lifestyle by offering special products to their customers. As previously reported, Burger King unveiled “The Proud Whopper” last year at one of its San Francisco locations. Corporate executives at Chipotle and Starbucks have also publicly expressed support for homosexuality.

As also reported, a Christian evangelist and apologist established Sept. 13 of each year as “Mercy Day”—a time for Christians to celebrate the mercy of God and remember the original meaning of the rainbow, as described in Genesis 9:13.


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  • http://www.bing.com/ Martin Smit

    Do these chips have a terribly bitter aftertaste?

    • OhSoGood

      No, they don’t have crosses on them.

      • Green Loogy

        Is this more from the tolerant homos who want us to accept them? I see you are a hateful person and believe that you have the right to blast Christianity but we don’t have the right to dislike your position? What a phony person you are….

        • Names_Stan

          But the original post he was replying to…now that was the picture of virtue.

          Cognitive dissonance is not your friend.

          • Green Loogy

            Blatant leftist hate is not yours don’t be a hetrophobe

        • Myrlyn Biffle

          Dude, you not seeing the irony here?

    • ogail

      No I think they don’t, but by buying from them you are enriching them and empowering their abilities to destroy the world.

      • Names_Stan

        Are they, like buying suitcase nukes with the proceeds or whut?

  • Josey

    I almost bought a bag of doritos last night, glad I passed them up, they were not rainbow but after this article I’ve written doritos off and frito lays, healthier to pass on chips anyway.

    • http://www.slowlyboiledfrog.com/ DavidHart-slowlyboiledfrog.com

      PepsiCo (the owner of Frito-Lay) must be mortified.

      • momatad

        Yep, they went ‘Stop production!!! Josey will NEVER eat our product again, we must, we must, we must recant and only make chips where the image of Jay-sus, (the white, hetero, gun-toting version) stamped on each one!”

        • Green Loogy

          They have share holders so what do you want to bet these gay chips won’t last or go anywhere? LOL

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            They were for a charity, they’re not in markets.
            And trust me, you lot are not nearly numerous enough to hurt the shareholders

          • respectourdifferences

            It was a limited production run designed to help raise money for anti-bullying campaigns in schools (Oh, the horror!) and is completely sold out. You must be glad you didn’t take that bet. LOL

        • Josey

          no, my point is I won’t contribute to their cause by buying their product, I was in the customer business for years and trust me it makes a difference if people stop buying their product, they’ll change their tune or lose out on business, there are a lot of Christians who will not buy their product and it’s all about the green backs to them so if enough Christians stop buying their products they will see that it’s not worth it. It isn’t about just me but a majority, doofus,.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Exactly. These people are missing the point: It’s not about who did buy the product. It’s about those who did not, and were vocal about it. It’s because Christians and conservatives knew where the money was actually going.

            If you went to their Facebook page, Doritos had far more critics for this decision than those who agreed. Which means Doritos made a bad move, and they are going to be feeling it.

          • Josey

            amen, exactly right!

          • rubellapox2

            not the majority.. i know many christians who don’t believe as you do.. i know christians who understand compassion and empathy, who don’t hate. so no.. maybe you and the followers of your sect, but not every christian…

          • Josey

            I doubt you hang around Christians and sect? I don’t belong to a sect, I belong to the family of God meaning anyone who has accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour and been changed by His atoning sacrificial gift He made on the cross. There is only one way to Heaven and one way to become a part of His family and that is through complete faith in what Christ Jesus did on the cross and for one to pick up his or her cross and follow Him and trust in Him daily, obey His commandments and love Him more than anyone or anything, to allow Him to fix in me what isn’t right for I have plenty of imperfections that is why He corrects me and why I accept His correction. I want to be like Him and I have accepted the blood He shed on the cross as sufficient for my past, present and future sins and that is what makes one a child of God and a member of His family. You either belong to God or to satan, one or the other and we know each other by our love for God and love for one another. You call me a hater because I call sin what it is and show that the way to be free is through Christ Jesus and Him alone, I don’t see it as hating anyone as Christ had no problem telling those in sin to go and sin no more because He loved them and didn’t want them to remain in bondage to sin or to be a slave to it. Maybe you should find some true Christians to hang around with who will speak the truth to you because they love you and don’t want to see you suffer eternity apart from God, maybe some real friends who aren’t afraid to tell you the truth instead of what you want to hear, the people who won’t tell you the truth don’t give a hoot about your eternal security, they only care about themselves and will tell you anything you want to hear and make it look as if they are “tolerant”, they will be with you in Hell if that is where they and you choose to go by rejecting such a great gift of salvation Christ offers you but you will not be able to say you didn’t know or never had anyone speak the truth to you for I just did. They called Jesus worse names and I don’t expect to be treated any differently if they called the Lord and Master of the house beelzebub, they will call His servants worse names. Doesn’t change my view concerning Jesus for I know in whom I have believed in and nothing can change my faith in what He has done for me by taking me out of that darkness I was in and transferring me into His Kingdom of light. You see we are born lost and all in need of a Saviour, Turn your life over to Christ and be free or remain as you are and be lost, but the choice is yours not anyone else’s.

          • MOGMA

            no more Frito-Lay products for our family – there are plenty of other brands –

          • rubellapox2

            I not only hang around them, many of them are family members…uncles, aunts, cousins, and co workers… They don’t judge me…they love my husband and think we’re good for each other..they’re happy for us..at first some were concerned yes, but now they accept us and love us just the way we are…and please don’t say they’re not “real” christians, you don’t get to make that judgement…

          • Josey

            It seemed it was fine for you to call me a hater when you do not know my heart which you made a judgement on and you tell me not to make a judgement on them, i wouldn’t cause I do not know them but if they are agreeing to an outward sin that the Bible declares is sin and that those that do that sin won’t inherit the kingdom of God then I would question their love for your eternal salvation but it depends on what you are talking about when you say they love us just the way we are.

          • Jina Appa

            Right on Josey!

          • Jina Appa

            You’re pretty sad.

          • rubellapox2

            nope, very happy actually… legally married in all the states…you on the other hand are a busybody and don’t have a life of your own..you’re obsessed with others lives, lives which don’t in any way affect you or yours… now, that there is sad…

          • Desertcatn

            They sure don’t have any compassion for the people, who don’t want to be involved in their weddings.

          • rubellapox2

            No ones forcing anyone to participate in anyone’s wedding..gay or straight…stop the hysterics..quit the martyr act, it doesn’t suit you…

          • Desertcatn

            Yes, they did, the bakers in Oregon were fined for not providing a cake, that is forced participation.

      • Green Loogy

        Well considering there are more people in this country who disagree with you on that, they may want to think twice, it’s just that most normal people won’t make a federal case like your kind do

        • Robert Grim

          Pushing the homosexual lifestyle into others faces are making people hate you or people hate you more. It’s truly sad to witness.

          • Mark Bouckaert

            Reread the comments on this site. They sound pretty hatefull to me.

          • Desertcatn

            So true, their bullying relieved me of any sympathy long ago.

      • Tony

        PHAGO-Lay

    • Josey

      I guess before long we will be eating rice and beans…jk…I just don’t want to spend money on something that they will use to further their evil cause for the chip itself isn’t evil but it’s what they use our money for that is the problem.

      • respectourdifferences

        Yes, anti-bullying campaigns are evil. Kids should not be taught that they shouldn’t be bullying others. We should just allow them to bully whoever they want to. How “evil” to suggest otherwise.

        • getreal5

          I got bullied in school.Then suddenly I fought back like a demon and was RESPECTED afterwards and did not get bullied again for 3 years. then a high school senior tried to bully me when I was a junior to impress his group of buddies. threw him into the glass trophy case and was never bullied by anyone again, and he was the one who got suspended!
          That was back in the day where we could take firearms to school and no swat teams would come out as it was still legal to do so.

          • respectourdifferences

            So you are suggesting that regarding bullying, we should be teaching the following:

            If you are bullied:

            1. Beat the you-know-what out of the other person even if it involves destroying school property.

            2. If you aren’t physically strong enough to win the fight, just take the bullying.

            Well, that would certainly be much simpler to teach.

          • getreal5

            no. i’m saying don’t allow yourself to be a victim of a bully. if you are disabled and can’t fight, get a tazer or pepper spray or a handgun.
            bully’s thrive only on the weak.

          • respectourdifferences

            Let’s have kids start bringing tasers, pepper spray, and handguns to school. They can use them against any person they believe is bullying them. Brilliant idea. Maybe hand grenades, too. That way if a group is bullying an individual, he can take them all out.

          • getreal5

            you are an advocate of use of force , but not your own. you will only approve of someone assigned authority to either coerce or to use violence against the bully. in fact you would be fine with the authority actually killing the bully if he deems it necessary if he fears for his life or even not.

          • getreal5

            you probably think gun free zones keep guns out of them with just the power of a posted sign. or a law. i did not know that a protective order on a sheet of paper could make you invincible.

          • getreal5

            what do you suggest? rolling on your back and peeing up into the air?

          • respectourdifferences

            it think there are a number of ways to combat bullying in schools. Education is one way. Adopting a zero-tolerance policy regarding bullying is another way.

            What do you suggest for the person who is being bullied but is not physically strong enough to defend him/herself against the bully or if a single individual is being bullied by a group?

      • Jeremy

        What was the evil cause that was being furthered?

  • OhSoGood

    Such boycotts never work.

    • Robert Grim

      Actually boycotts DO work and most are success at their point.

      • Michael C

        Anti-gay boycotts have not proven to have any measurable success in recent history.

        • Robert Grim

          Boycotts work…. anti-gay or not.

          • Names_Stan

            Yet PepsiCo stock hasn’t moved much at all in recent days. Why is it their shareholders haven’t done the mountain of research you have to determine that “most boycotts are success”?

          • Robert Grim

            Why else would Pepsi try to reel in a special interest grp, the homosexual community, if their product is not selling to the general population.

          • Names_Stan

            “Why else would Pepsi try to reel in a special interest grp, the homosexual community, if their product is not selling to the general population.

            I don’t know this means.
            Are you saying now that they’re obviously going to make money, after first saying your boycott will definitely work?

            Or are you saying the Definite Will-Work Boycott is actually unnecessary because “their product is not selling”?

          • Robert Grim

            Oh youz so smart trying to twist meh words…

            You know EXACTLY what I mean, duh.

        • Robert Grim

          Who said this was an “anti-gay” boycott? Not everything is abt the gay community. Dan Savage is a disgusting perverted pig. Anyone who supports this “person” needs to re-evaluate their choices.

      • Myrlyn Biffle

        There aren’t enough people in your camp to hurt anyone, numerically.

        • Robert Grim

          LOL

  • respectourdifferences

    Oh my gosh, will Frito-Lay ever recover from this tremendous backlash?

    • Green Loogy

      will you gays ever recover from your not convincing everyone you are so great?

      • Myrlyn Biffle

        “great” and “a human being with with thoughts and feelings that would really like it if people would just let them do what they want and leave them alone” are different things.
        You see, those chips were done as a part of a fund raiser for a group dedicated to helping young LGBT+ and preventing their suicide. People like you, and children that people like you raise, hurt kids when you tell them that something they can’t fix or change is wrong with them, or kick them out of the house, or beat them for daring to love someone. And they need support that no one else is giving them. So, time to raise money, throw a parade, and tick off all those strangers that seem to think that existing as you are is that bad.

        • Bruce Morrow

          You are posting on the wrong website sodomite. King Asa of Judah did what was right in the etyes of the LORD by removing the sodomites out of the land. What do you think about that?

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            I think you’re forgetting Jesus’s teachings of love and going the extra mile and that God will take care of us on His own terms in his own time and that you could probably remember that the unkindness to the needy was another sin of Sodom.
            Because we are still those neighbors you’re supposed to love and we are still human and your cruelty isn’t any better in God’s eyes than our sexual preferences.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Jesus did not teach tolerance of sin. You’re absolutely wrong by a long, country mile.

            Leave the Bible to those who have actually read it.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            He taught love of sinners, though, and patience. Do you think the hate you constantly display does anything to help us?

          • Matthew T. Mason

            He taught love of sinners

            Exactly. Sinners. Not sin. If you don’t know the difference (and there is a difference), I can’t help you.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            It looks like you’re the one that doesn’t know the difference, if you think refusing to help at risk youth rethink suicide is the same thing as supporting gay sex.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            I have already spelled out exactly how and why that’s a load of BS. And your comment has nothing to do with mine.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Again with the pretending I’m not making a relevant point. If you’re gonna battle the trolls, you might wanna arm yourself better, or pick better battles.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            If you wish to win any battles, you need to at least make an effort to respond to my actual comment and not toss out non-sequiturs.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            What non-sequitur? You think that saving lives that may well be worth saving, even to you, is the same thing as promoting gay sex! I say that it isn’t, and your answer is that “nu-uh” has nothing to do with what you said. You could at least say “uh-huh”.

        • Green Loogy

          People who want to be left alone don’t have militants ramming their gay agenda down everyone’s throats BE HONEST

  • Ambulance Chaser

    The Religious Right can boycott whatever it wants, but when are you guys going to get off Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg is a huge supporter if gay rights.

    • http://www.slowlyboiledfrog.com/ DavidHart-slowlyboiledfrog.com

      Twitter too. How about getting off of those gay phones or gay computers running gay software? Were it not for selective observation these folks would be relegated to tin-cans-on-string and using abacuses.

      I wrote about this on Sunday at the SBF. The real issue is Dan Savage — not the colorful chips. Dan saw a problem and did something about it. He probably saved lives while others doubled-down on shaming gay children.

      • Green Loogy

        When they make a Gay Pride Mac I will give it up..

        • Myrlyn Biffle

          Apple is also a supporter, and is currently run by a gay man.

          • Green Loogy

            So what are you saying? Because a gay person works at a company are we normals supposed to boycott? If and when they push their agenda that is when I decide to or not to spend my money there you need to worry about Muslims finding that out as they murder homosexuals where Christians try to save them

    • Rhonda Beard

      I pray for him daily!

      • Ambulance Chaser

        Bit you don’t boycott Facebook? Do you only boycott companies when it’s not too big of an inconvenience?

    • Green Loogy

      No one is saying that they won’t buy anything from gay business people…It’s the blatant shoving your beliefs in our faces…Do you eat at Christian owned food establishments? They don’t make you eat something called a Jesus burger do they? Then why do you people need to be glorified every chance you can get like Gay pride Doritos?

      • Ambulance Chaser

        I have no idea what you’re talking about. What position, exactly, are you supporting?

        • Green Loogy

          Read my friend, read

      • Names_Stan

        “It’s the blatant shoving your beliefs in our faces…Do you eat at Christian owned food establishments? They don’t make you eat something called a Jesus burger do they? Then why do you people need to be glorified every chance you can get like Gay pride Doritos?

        Yeah, that’s what’s buggin’ me too. Those Doritos employees at convenience stores who pounce on you and force feed you rainbow Doritos.

        And you’re right about what something is called. Just last week I spontaneously championed the rights of skinny people after buying a Slim Fit suit.

      • Jonathan Bixler

        I would gladly eat a Jesus burger with a side of rainbow Doritos. I’m Roman Catholic and I believe in “Love thy Neighbor”.

        • Matthew T. Mason

          Not a single major religion in the entire world supports homosexuality. If you do, you are not a Catholic. Sorry.

          • rubellapox2

            that’s not true… episcopalians have no problem with gay marriages..unitarian churches have no problem with gay marriages…the united church of christ has no problem with gay couples marrying…jewish reform church has no problem with gay couples marrying…your comment is either an outright lie or you’re just misinformed….

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Or maybe they are not major religions, but rather offshoots of those major religions, having broken off due to disagreements over the Word of God. And you don’t know what you are talking about, as most non-Christians or non-theists.

      • respectourdifferences

        “It’s the blatant shoving your beliefs in our faces”

        How is offering something that is only available through a donation to an organization, and not available in retail stores, “blatant shoving your beliefs in our faces”?

        When I drive by a closed Chick-Fil-A on Sunday, are they blatantly shoving their religious beliefs in my face?

        • Green Loogy

          Don’t be stupid, oh wait, you can’t help it maybe you can claim benefits for the too

  • http://www.slowlyboiledfrog.com/ DavidHart-slowlyboiledfrog.com

    Won’t ever buy a bag of Doritos ever again … Being gay is a decision, as is my refusal to never support such a company as yours.

    Why do people seemingly celebrate their imbecility?

    • FoJC_Forever

      You are an expert at imbecility, so you should answer your own question.

    • The Last Trump

      I know right? Imagine!
      “Gay Pride Parades”. Go figure.

  • scott01634

    i really honestly do not care i am still eating them

  • Mark Bouckaert

    M&ms anyone? Or perhaps rainbow chips ahoy? Or maybe some skittles… lol. Oh, it’s so hard to be a bigoted hateful Christian.

    • Rebecca

      The only hate comes from the gay agenda.
      They have threatened people, slung ugliness all around, etc.
      Their antics are just a burp.
      Chick Fil A is stronger than it was before.
      Hobby Lobby is doing great.
      These maneuvers gays have are childish really.
      It gets them attention for that moment, but then that’s it.
      They have to keep going after the next thing.
      Always throwing their sexual choice in the media.
      I love the gays who want no part of the agenda and are embarrassed by it really. They just want to live their life and let others do so too.

      • Peter Leh

        “The only hate comes from the gay agenda.”

        while people on all sides tend to be the worst… i would say christians have a well documented history for opposing equal protection to “other” american citizens.

        “Chick Fil A is stronger than it was before. ”

        while there are still many in the gay community boycotting Chickfila Dan Cathy did remove funding to so called “hate groups” eliminating the main criticism levied against the company and opening up the dreaded “compromiser” label from christian suppporters.

        “Hobby Lobby is doing great.”

        i am unaware of HL receiving a “shake down” from the gay community. Their issues were totally different to Chickfila

        “I love the gays who want no part of the agenda and are embarrassed by it
        really. They just want to live their life and let others do so too.”

        Well it is hard to live your “life” when others wont let you do simple tasks heterosexual take for granted. When we never have to think about WHICH county clerk we have to to get a government (not religious) issued license. Or which bakery will “accept us”. Or IF we will be forbidden to be present while our spouse is in the hospital. Or be taxed out of our home when our “spouse” of 55 years dies.

        So while political grandstanding of all kinds ( see Kim in Kentucky, or Sweet Cakes in Oregon. etc) is indeed childish, to be feed up with OTHERS prohibiting american citizens equal protection under the law is understandably tiresome.

        but is we can only be as “embarrassed” by the “christian” agenda such as this hypocritical boycott or the county clerk play god while using her government position as a bully we may make more progress in this country.

        • Green Loogy

          You just turned the light on in your closet. You are using a symbol and destroying it’s meaning. Are you too afraid to admit you are a supporter of Homosexuality, or are one yourself?

          • Peter Leh

            “You just turned the light on in your closet.”

            better to see than be in the dark.

            “You are using a symbol and destroying it’s meaning.”

            really? how so? Are you the gatekeeper of symbols? (I think i might have a religious bully on my hands.) 🙂

            “Are you too afraid to admit you are a supporter of Homosexuality, or are one yourself?”

            ” I am not afraid of anything in this world
            there ‘s nothing your can throw at me
            that i haven;t already heard”

            as the songwriter said.

            I am a supporter of equal protection of american citizens. I don’t have to be a supporter of homosexuality.

          • Green Loogy

            You are a fake person you are acting like you care about people yet are trying to destroy any chance they may have at salvation

          • Peter Leh

            last i check i am a real person salvation doe snot come from you or me.. so how do we get in they way?

            Probably when we pretend and play god.

          • Green Loogy

            Ok here we go… This is a free piece of education for you and a little bit of personal pleasure for me by exposing you for what you really are.

            First off you get in the way of someone’s salvation by leading a non repentant sinner to believe that their lifestyle is acceptable and by that deed you are helping to lead them away from God and continue to live their unacceptable lifestyle, thus helping to condemn them to hell. If you really cared about someone you would encourage them to follow God’s word and not defy him, assuming that you even believe in God. So there you go folks Peter Leh a phony.

          • Peter Leh

            It is the HS that saves….. despite green loogy getting in the way or being a bully. (thank god… um i mean thank green loogy) 🙂

          • Green Loogy

            Oh, BTW you obviously don’t know the difference between Grace and salvation either so I won’t go there

          • Peter Leh

            I don’t? Green Loogy is indeed god.

            Everybody:

            ” “Come, see a man who told me everything I ever did. Could (green loogy) be the Messiah?”

            What does the bible say about those who think they are god loogy?

        • Joe Blow

          Get real. It is the Christians that are being persecuted. Who was jailed in Kentucky? The gay couples … nope. Kim Davis the Christian. Who was saying hateful things about Chick a fil. Yep, the LGBT community. Religious freedom is part of the very fabric of our country and the LGBT folks are doing their best to rip that away. They are so blind in their hateful activism that they are trampling upon the rights of those of faith.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            The gay people didn’t break the freaking law by violating court orders or publicizing names and addresses.

          • Joe Blow

            There something call civil disobedience.

            Just because a law is on the books does not make it right. Check up on the civil rights movement in the 60’s. Many people were beaten and imprisoned because of unjust laws. Freedoms are freedoms for gays, straights, and whatever. It’s worth fighting for. Kim Davis is fight for her freedom of religion. You don’t agree with her; that’s your right to express you freedom speech. The LGBT folks are getting more bigoted by the day. Funny, just things they accuse Christians of.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            No one is stopping her from practicing her religion. They’re stopping her from forcing other people to practice her religion. She can quit her job and go home and practice Christianity all she freaking wants to. She’s been treated to due process, not beaten for an unjust law. She was warned, she appealed, she went to court, was given her options to quit or do her job. No one beat her. No one told her to renounce her religion or go to jail. A white, male, Christian judge looked at her case, saw what was fit, gave her the choices. There’s no unfair trial, no persecution, no removal of religious liberty. The problem isn’t her Christianity, it’s her refusal to do a job she swore she would do. Clerks don’t get to decide who gets to get married.
            A Muslim lost her case when she refused to serve alcohol as a flight attendant, too. If you get a job and the job violates your religion, you’re the one with the problem, not the ones you don’t want to serve.

          • Joe Blow

            Why should she quit her job? Because you want her? She was elected by the people, for the people. Her actions don’t affect you or any other gay person. The office is issuing marriage licenses; it just doesn’t have her name on it. What’s with the “white, male” judge thing. Probably, a white, male judge told Rosa Parks to get to the back of the bus (or least thinking it) Yes, Kim Davis has a choice — she choose to follow her sincerely held beliefs. Just because there is a law, doesn’t make it right. Were the segregation laws in the 60’s, right?

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Because her job requires her to do something that is against her religion? If my job offended my morals, I’d quit.
            Her actions very strongly affect gay people. She was stopping her office from issuing the licenses.
            No one is arresting the Christians that now hang out at her office and shout slurs at the gay couples getting married, for instance.
            If a black judge had said that Rosa Parks was out of line, she’d have had a hell of a time claiming persecution on grounds of race.
            The Christian judge isn’t persecuting the Christian clerk.

          • Joe Blow

            You may quit your job if something offends your morals, but may be not. Her livelihood is in her job. She has discharged her duties for issuing the marriage licenses, and her name is not on the license. But wait, the gay activists are out for more blood; they want to throw her back in jail yet again. A compromise supposedly had already been made. But wait, other LGBT’er want to “get her” more. They have the audacity to post up the billboard, mocking her. How low can they go. This treatment by the LGBT is persecution, plain and simple.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Oh, you mean that thing where she violated her court order AGAIN by tampering with the papers, like she was specifically told not to? Which invalidates the licenses? Yeah, that’s, uh, not us being “out for blood”. That’s us being out for a legal contract that guarantees a person we love is bound to us.
            A compromise was made. SHE violated it. Not us.
            And you really need to decide if social outcry counts as persecution or not. Cos if it is, then she started it. If it’s not, then the billboard is not grounds for you to complain.

          • Peter Leh

            “Get real.”

            thanks Dr Phil. 🙂

            “It is the Christians that are being persecuted.”

            is it persecution when one has choices?

            “Who was saying hateful things about Chick a fil. Yep, the LGBT community.”

            we can all find someone on both sides that say hateful things.

            “They are so blind in their hateful activism that they are trampling upon the rights of those of faith.”

            i have yet to see any rights being taken away…. and i am a business owner. 🙂 I see business owners breaking the law. If i can run my business as i see fit AND satisfy the secretary of state’s requirements to run a business in that state….. why can’t they? 😉

          • Joe Blow

            Rights? how about religious freedom, freedom of speech. Kim Davis opposes authorizing same-sex marriage due to her sincerely held beliefs. She’s force into do this or go to jail. I call this trampling on her rights. When she took the job as clerk, there was not such thing as gay marriage.

            There are other instances where gay activist are going after Christian businesses (such as bakers, photographers) because they don’t want to serve something which they find highly objectionable and morally wrong. They get the city governments behind them, and they issue all kinds of outrageous fines. Yes, we live in a free society where we should be able to choose a vocation consistent with our faith. To trampled upon this with fines to the point of putting them out of business is simply wrong, and not consistent with the values of this country.

          • Peter Leh

            Joe do you own a business? If so you know how it works.if not i can tell you what i know.

          • Joe Blow

            Indeed I have. Owned fast food restaurant for about 8 years. One of the toughest jobs I’ve ever had. Not sure what you point is. Chick a fil as far as I know hasn’t violated anyone’s rights gay or straight. They just took a position about gay marriage. This is a free society with freedom of speech and freedom of religion. There are strict laws to protect a persecuted classes of citizens. I’m sure gays can go to any job and not be discriminated against.

          • Peter Leh

            “Owned fast food restaurant for about 8 years.”

            excellent! goods for you!

            So what are the rules in delivering a service to the public? (i know this varies from state to state)

            “They just took a position about gay marriage.”

            they did.. as their right. but that is not the something as refusing service, is it?

            “This is a free society with freedom of speech and freedom of religion.”

            Indeed it is!

            “There are strict laws to protect a persecuted classes of citizens.”

            if you mean there are “protected” groups then i agree. what are those protected groups? and WHOM are they protected from?

            “I’m sure gays can go to any job and not be discriminated against.”

            as can who else?

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            You’re really going to have to make up your mind about what counts as persecution. If it counts for one group, it counts for the other, and if it doesn’t count for one group, it doesn’t count for the other. If your standard for persecution is legal, Chic Fil A was never persecuted. If your standard is social rallying against whoever, then gay people have had it worse for longer.

          • Joe Blow

            Persecution is being treated badly because of your beliefs, religion, orientation, etc. I won’t deny gay people have been persecuted. As a Christian, I think this treatment is wrong. Gay people need to be treated with respect as all people should. From this definition, I don’t believe Chick a fil persecuted gays – they could buy a burger there, work there, not be harassed there. What they did do, is make a public statement against gay marriage. This is a political statement. Many people feel likewise, Christian or not. Politics is part of the American Way, to make a better country, and dissension is part of that process. Just because someone opposes your views (such as gay marriage), doesn’t mean you should hate on them.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            You certainly did deny that gay people are persecuted. Several times. And insisted that your grounds for saying this was because we don’t have our own water fountains and aren’t being forced to the back of the bus.
            So now we need to decide what counts as social persecution, because now you’re deciding that making a political stand against someone living their life the same way you live yours doesn’t count as persecution- while simultaneously saying that taking a political stand against that attitude is persecution.
            And, frankly, if you’re going to say that funding a campaign against marriage for a certain group of people, or refusing to allow marriage for that certain group of people, or refusing to do business with and for a certain group of people doesn’t count as persecution, I still don’t see why you think complaining about it does count as persecution.
            Just because we disagree with you about gay marriage doesn’t give you grounds to refuse to let us have it.
            We don’t hate the political stand, anyway. We hate that we had to fight tooth and nail JUST TO GET MARRIED. You never had any ground to stand on with that nonsense, and you certainly aren’t going to get any by pretending that you do.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            You are currently arguing with me about the persecution of Christians on the grounds that gay people mock you, boycott you, and kiss in front of you on a Christian news article that is complaining about a bag of chips made to raise money for a suicide prevention program for gay kids.
            Several people in this thread alone have called for a boycott of the company, others are mocking the LGBT+ community, further more are gleefully looking forward to the torture of our eternal souls, and even more are demanding that a stop be put to the support of this group that is literally killing itself because of the pain that all those “political stances” cause them.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            If a public statement doesn’t count as persecution, you lost the ground to say chick fil a was persecuted.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Actually, gay people aren’t a protected class in several states. And trying to fix that has been a hell of a ride.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            The photographer won that case. The social persecution isn’t important, by your own basis of judgement, since gay people don’t count as persecuted. Legally, nothing was done wrong.
            The bakers posted names and addresses and photos online of the people they refused to serve.

          • rubellapox2

            kim davis is an agent of the state… she is supposed to do her job impartially… any qualified couple should be able to get a license from her and her office.. she was not voted into her job so that she could set up a religious litmus test on who can get married or not…. she’s an embarrassment and should resign or just do her job…

      • Myrlyn Biffle

        Yeah, cos we totally ban Christian marriage, kick your kids out of schools, beat you up in parking lots, and drive your children to suicide.

        • Desertcatn

          Moslems throw gay people from buildings and stone them to a bloody mash, but you don’t hear gays saying a word about that! No, they support the side that is in power; who doesn’t say a word about that either, except to give Moslems more money and refuge! Gay people’s hatred is for Christians; while your political side plans to bring 185,000 Moslems to this country; who believe it’s okay to kill gay people. Gay people are being set up and are too hateful to see it! Sadly, it will take a brutal reality check to wake the gay people up, then it will be Christians defending your ungrateful hides.

    • Joe Blow

      “hateful Christian” is an oxymoron. Non-sequitur. God is love, Christians follow God, so Christians, as best as they can, love as God loves. Hateful people are NOT Christians.

      • Peter Leh

        “hateful Christian” is an oxymoron.”

        theoretically speaking yes. Historically speaking? well, christians, specifically southern christians, have a well documented history of hateful behavior. Ask the blacks.

        • Joe Blow

          There are many blacks that are Christians. Watch the movie War Room.

          • Peter Leh

            did i say there were not?

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            There are gay Christians, too.

      • Mark Bouckaert

        Yes, yes it’s an oxymoron. It should never occur but it does.

  • Peter Leh

    This
    is where christians really get a bad name and the world laughs at us….
    watching us hypocritically boycotting one company (Frito Lay) while
    supporting other companies we think we cant live without.

    Facebook,
    Microsoft (PC), and Apple (MAC) all publicity support gay rights. Yet
    we christians are still online posting on facebook.

    I mean you care…. but not THAT damn much.

    • Rebecca

      I agree, boycotting is not the answer.

    • Green Loogy

      If you were a Christian you would already understand. You are not fooling anyone but unbelievers like yourself….Facebook does not have a Gay pride facebook. It’s not the people who work or own gay businesses we don’t support, it’s the blatant shoving it in our faces we oppose. Please stop pretending to be a Christian if you are not…Nice touch with the avatar but do you really know what that stands for?

      • Peter Leh

        OH yes…. I love the religious bullies!

        Let us Pray:

        Our Green Loogy who art on the internet,
        Blasphemy be thy name….
        Thy Kingdom Come
        Thy Control over others be done
        To make them fit thy definition of a christian.
        Give us this day Thy Daily legalism
        And Put out all who disagree with you.
        For thine is Man’s Kingdom, Man’s Power, and the Pharisee’s Glory
        Until we crucify that bastard Jesus again.

        Amen!

        • Joe Blow

          There will come a time when “every knee shall bow, every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is LORD”. (This will not be an option) Your insults are directed to the LORD Almighty (like an ant insulting us humans). It will be sad day for you when you meet your Maker with such an attitude. Now we’re in a time of Grace. Say what you want now, but there will be a time of Judgment, which you will have to take an account every careless word said. But … there is still time. In the age of Grace, we can repent of our ways, and choose the LORD’s way … and it will be forgiven.

          • Peter Leh

            Joe have you given your heart to Green Loogy? 🙂

            He is the one claiming to be god by judging his brother and taking over the job of the HS… not me.

            what does the bible say about those who claim to be god?

            Bullies are just that.. and will be treated accordingly.

          • Joe Blow

            Ah no. Just to Jesus Christ. But my point. Your last line in your so-called prayer is truly offensive to God, and hence my post. The funny thing is that Jesus even says that it’s forgivable to insult Him, but NOT the Holy Spirit. Think about what you post to all the world …. and to God who sees everything.

          • Peter Leh

            oh, i see. oK that is understandable.

            The last line is historically correct in the context of how the pharisees (ie people like Loogy) felt about Jesus.

            the pharisees were about controlling others and so is Loogy He is Pharisaical.

            the parody is not how i feel about god. 🙂

        • Green Loogy

          Better than dieing for some flse Allah or being beheaded by some sick ass Muslim for your being gay talk about a bully religion? You are really stpid

          • Peter Leh

            Exhibit A, Folks. 🙂

          • Green Loogy

            How can you dispute what I said? muslims are killing homosexuals every day for being homosexuals….If you ever understand the Christian religion you would realize that a Christian will not behead you or kill you for being gay but they will try to educate you and help you repent by turning to God. Are you trying to gain some public acceptance for your stupidity and non Christian statements by claiming my statement is some sort of exhibit to be shown as your proof of something?

            “Exhibit A, Folks. :)” Your avatar needs to be a star and crescent moon, not the one that you are using.

          • Peter Leh

            “Your avatar needs to be a star and crescent moon, not the one that you are using.”

            “If you dont agree with green loogy you are not a christian”

            verse?

            oh right. ” Our Green Loogy, who art in heaven”

            What does the bible say about those who pretend to be god?

          • Green Loogy

            You are so phony and uneducated in Christianity READ THE BIBLE ALL OF IT not just the parts that you can bastardize. So far every thing you fight for is anti Biblical what are you trying to prove? it’s obvious you know nothing about Christianity. You insult God’s words and leave comments like they are my words? Look at a Bible and you may understand but God did not make the Bible for non believers like yourself. You can’t pick and choose parts of it to agree with and not recognize other parts that talk against what you like. I think you are either an Atheist or a Muslim I’m not sure which but I do know YOU ARE NO CHRISTIAN.

          • Peter Leh

            you are no god. may god have mercy on your soul.

  • Ernest Smith

    Well this is to Doritos, you stay with the 3# percent of gays pride,and the other 97#percent with just quit buying your Doritos. That sounds like a great idea, don’t you think Doritos. I buy a bag of them every day till now, I will not waste my money on your product ever again. So see how long you last with the 3#percent . Bad call, you will lose a lot of money I promise you that. Can you STUPID people not see that idiots….

    • Peter Leh

      why are you online then?

      can you not see how stupid indeed it is to boycott frito lay but still post online though companies with the same support of gay rights as frito lay?

      • Marita Gidon

        You know what when I read this I thought your right as a christian I don’t want to support anything that goes against the bible but I thought about it and doritos does nothing for my faith so I will stop buying and what ever I find that is affiliated to them but I will keep my Facebook because believe it or not I use Facebook to get the word to nonbelievers and I have sites that strengthen me as a christian so you see Facebook is helping me be a better Christian and bring people to Yeshua (Jesus) for anyone who doesn’t know God bless and may all see the truth before Yeshua comes

        • Peter Leh

          and your reasoning is admirable. Pragmatic.

          the world can deal with a pragmatist but despises a hypocrite… especially a religious hypocrite. 🙂

          • Green Loogy

            Take your own advice. I’ll pray that you come out from hiding under Christianity

          • Joe Blow

            The word hypocrite is way overused. And you’re not a hypocrite? Take the log out of your own eye before you criticizes the speck in other people’s eyes. Time to get off you high horse.

          • Peter Leh

            “And you’re not a hypocrite?”

            not on this subject. 🙂

            “Take the log out of your own eye before you criticizes the speck in other people’s eyes. ”

            double mindedness deserve to be criticized, no? I am asking for consistency.

      • Green Loogy

        Can you not see how stupid and dumb you look trying to pose as a Christian?

        • Peter Leh

          if it stupid to point out the inconsistencies Ernest claims to high moral ground while continuing to do the very thing he claims he wont do.

          “dumb you look trying to pose as a Christian?”

          oh.. i DO have a religious bully on my hands! I was unaware Green Loogy was the gatekeeper of not only symbols but now the redeemed!

          and all this time i have been praying in the wrong name! Poor Jesus… he did not get the memo Green Loogy had taken over!

          What does the Bible say happen to those who try to be god Green?

          LOL

    • Green Loogy

      Do you see all the support and people saying not to boycott are supporters of Gays? They do not want opposition or freedom to choose unless it’s them

    • Myrlyn Biffle

      Actually, the anti-gay camp is very very small.

      • Bruce Morrow

        Actually God is against all the workers of iniquity including sodomites.

        • Myrlyn Biffle

          Yeah, but God isn’t a Doritos consumer.

        • Myrlyn Biffle

          Yeah, but God doesn’t buy doritos.

      • Matthew T. Mason

        What is “anti-‘g-y?'”

        • Myrlyn Biffle

          Boycotting chips because they participated in a charity supporting gay youth? Banning marriage for gay people? Stuff like that.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            That’s not an answer. Try again.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Yes, it is. Just because it’s not one you like because you don’t have a witty answer about how it’s a sin and stuff doesn’t mean it’s not an answer.

    • BalancedMind

      apparently Doritos considers you a stain on their brand image and doesn’t want you to buy their products at all…

  • ubetta bleevitt

    Just say “NO” to Doritos

    • Names_Stan

      After all, that worked for winning the war on drugs…

  • Rebecca

    The gay agenda is invading our food now. SMH
    You change no minds by doing this. You are the squeaky wheel that gets the grease, but you’re only 1 of the 4 wheels. The rest of us, the other 3 wheels, know the truth and don’t support you shoving your sex choice in our face. It is rather childish if ya think about it.

    • momatad

      you having sex with corn chips!!!! And you call gay people perverted?

      • Rebecca

        I didn’t use the word perverted. I have never thought of having sex with corn chips, like you apparently have.

        • momatad

          you related sex and corn chips, what else would be the logical conclusion….and no, dahlink, I don’t fantasize about sex with corn products…..got better things to do. Like advocate for gay rights…..as you know, gay people want to be treated, like, you know, regular people, which they are.

          • Rebecca

            Gay individuals should be treated like any other individual.

    • Green Loogy

      Do you realize that it gets the word out? We are able to make a choice by others voicing their concern and letting others know what is happening.

    • Myrlyn Biffle

      They’re making money for a suicide prevention group. Not trying to change minds.

  • bowie1

    Did consumers buy them because of the promotion or because they like Doritos, not being aware of its tie to a LGBT promotion?

    • Myrlyn Biffle

      The only way to buy the chips was to go to a specific website for the charity they were supporting and donate at least ten dollars. Technically, they weren’t even for sale.

  • Donna Douglas

    Imagine if the haters stopped buying products or services from all companies and their subsidiaries that support Gay rights. They would be hungry, naked, dirty and be wiping their rears with leaves…and they wouldn’t be on Facebook….

    • Ambulance Chaser

      Oh, if only…

    • Sage

      You’re conflating gay rights with anti-religious bigotry & sexual perversion. And if that ever happened, such victims would probably grow their own food, since they’re actually capable of both working & thinking.

    • Joe Blow

      The biggest haters are the LGBT folks. Look at the way they go after Christians. There is no bounds to the venomous hatred they have. Christ teaches to love our neighbors as ourselves. What do the LGBT folks teach?

      • Rebecca

        Most of them can be very hateful. We are to love, but that loving doesn’t mean we must accept everything a person does. The word love is easily tossed around these days…it has several meanings though. They think if you don’t accept, you don’t love.

        • Matthew T. Mason

          More than that. What’s driving this is a want to define and identify one’s self by their sexual behavior. Homosexuals are the only group in the entire world that does this.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Because we all know that straight people never define themselves by their families and spouses.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            *facepalm* That was dumb.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            … I’m overwhelmed with irony.

        • rubellapox2

          Your love sucks and is very painful…keep it to yourself….

      • Names_Stan

        Christ teaches to love our neighbors as ourselves. What do the LGBT folks teach?

        To avoid Christian message boards if they’re looking for examples of His teaching?

        • Joe Blow

          And what board can they find example example of Jesus’ teaching and love? Some LGBT board???

          • Names_Stan

            Many of the blogs on Patheos are highly respectful communities where debate very rarely turns to ad hominem.

            I would post a couple of examples, but I don’t want to give potential trolls any ideas.

            I don’t know if this has been done or not, but some university should do a sociology experiment on correlations of Christian & atheist “type” with message board behavior.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Stan has no idea. Fact of the matter is, Jesus never said we are to tolerate sin. And the Bible makes it very clear homosexuality is sin.

            I am certain he and/or others will squeal like stuck pigs, and that’s because what I just said is the truth. And the truth hurts.

            But, hey, don’t listen to me. Don’t listen to Stan. Don’t listen to anyone. You should believe only what you can read for yourself from your own Bible.

            “…let God be true, but every man a liar. (Romans 3:4 KJV)”

      • Myrlyn Biffle

        That you don’t know any better, but that we don’t have to put up with your abuse.

        • Joe Blow

          Hmm, the money goes to this: “It Gets Better Project—an activist organization founded by Dan Savage,
          an open homosexual. Savage is a controversial public figure who has
          repeatedly castigated the Bible and Christian political candidates.”

          Looks like the LGBT wants to “go after” the Christians. Such a loving group.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            I didn’t say we were loving.
            That one guy wants to keep your religion out of our politics because you “loving” Christians keep trying to hurt us.
            We go after what we want. What we want is you to leave us alone. If you did, we wouldn’t care enough about the Bible or the politicians carrying it around to bother looking twice.
            But as long as you’re trying to stop us from living in peace, you’re going to have to expect a struggle.

          • Joe Blow

            Gay, trans, can and do live in peace. And there are rights that protect them as well as anyone else it society. These people are not sent to the back of the bus, force to drink at different water fountains, not served in reataurants, etc. Has the government thrown gays in jail, arrest them for protesting. Of course not. May be the gay/trans folks are cheering that Kim Davis is thrown in jail. So be it, but the very rights which you cherish apply to all people, not just those who agree with you. The gay activists are becoming the witch hunters of people of faith. They are becoming the very people they despise.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Um. If you’re going to insist you’re persecuted, you might want to meet your own standards for it when you say we’re not.
            First of all, you’re not being forced to the back of the bus either. You don’t have your own water fountains, but you do have your own restaurants where, indeed, we aren’t welcome and asked to leave all the freaking time. Which is fine and perfectly legal. You’re welcome at gay establishments, as long as you’re not being pushy or proselytizing, but you insist on boycotts instead.

            We can be fired from our jobs for being gay/trans. We had to fight for years to get married. We can still be refused service just for being gay. We still have to jump insane hurdles to adopt children while people still publish anti-gay nonsense about how gay families are bad. Which you believe because you can’t concieve that they’re not, and refuse to believe anything that says different, including children of gay families.
            Gay was illegal until a hundred years ago, and institutionalization was normal until forty years ago, and trans people are still considered mentally ill and/or perverts, and are literally murdered with courts allowing “shock” as an excuse for having done it.
            Kim Davis and people like her are actively stopping people from living in peace. She doesn’t have to agree with us, she just has to let us get married. I don’t want her arrested, I want her to sit down and shut up and let us get freaking married.
            You don’t want to sell us a cake, fine, but don’t post our names and addresses on a website telling people not to sell us their cakes. The only reason to fire us when we get outed is because we got outed by getting caught having sex at work.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Note that I said “being”. Not “acting”, “displaying “,” announcing “, nor “revealing”.
            Trans people get outed because their drivers license has a completely useless “m” or “f” label on it, and they get fired. If we move to have that label removed, we’re “supporting perversion”.
            Gay people aren’t getting people fired for BEING Christian. They’re getting people fired for insisting on telling them they’re going to hell, or firing them, or reading Bible passages and handing out religious material. We don’t hand out Elton John CDs and ask if you’ve considered giving up your life of heterosexuality. We don’t pass out pamphlets at schools with “sodomy and you, a beginner’s guide”, while your lot insist on legislating abstinence only sex ed and psalms and prayer at football games.
            You don’t have to fear being “outed” as a Christian.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            What we want is you to leave us alone.

            Keep your behavior in your bedroom, where it belongs, and keep your hands off of our kids, and you won’t hear a peep out of me.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            It’s not us touching your kids, that’s your priests you’re thinking of.
            We want fair representation, too. You get to kiss in the movies, we get to kiss on the movies. Fair is fair.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            It’s not is touching your kids

            Not only is it about touching our kids (and they are not my priests, you bloody imbecile, as I am not Catholic, and they were touching boys), it’s also about teaching them your perversion.

            Stop. Your. Lies.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Well they don’t let little girls in the choir, who else was so easy to access?
            We don’t teach them anything. Gay people have been around since before written history, and always will exist. Hell, that’s why these kids that needed the charity kill themselves. They feel alone.

        • Matthew T. Mason

          That you don’t know any better, but that we don’t have to put up with your abuse.

          1) We do know better because homosexuals are mentally and emotionally incapable of keeping their perversion in their bedroom, where it belongs. Instead, you “parade (pardon intended)” it in public, in broad daylight, in front of children.

          2) The “abuse” is not necessarily undeserved. When a homosexual is intentionally exposing himself to a child (and before you say they don’t, there is a photograph readily available to call you a liar), when a lesbian couple lies to put a Christian baker out of business, when other same-sex couples tries to use a judge to force a county clerk to bow down before them, the abuse is gonna come. And every bit is justified.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Oh, the parades… It’s to let other people know that they’re not alone, and that they can and will find love.
            You wanna talk about perversions leaving the bedroom, straight romance is EVERYWHERE.
            The abuse of children is never okay, but trust me when I say that gay people don’t have a monopoly on that.
            The bakers published the women’s names and addresses online, which would have been illegal if the people they did it to were straight.
            The county clerk has a job to do. If she doesn’t want to do it, she can quit.
            And those both of those events are the bakers and the clerk being abusive first. You can’t kick someone and get mad when they kick back.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Oh, the parades… It’s to let other people know that they’re not alone, and that they can and will find love.

            And you are a baldfaced liar. Lucky for you I can’t post pictures.

            You wanna talk about perversions leaving the bedroom, straight romance is EVERYWHERE.

            Dude, sex and romance are not synonyms. So you can quit playing games. And normal people are not doing what homosexuals doing “everywhere.”

            The abuse of children is never okay, but trust me when I say that gay people don’t have a monopoly on that.

            Which means what?

            The bakers published the women’s names and addresses online

            What the bakers did was scan a paper that was relevant to the case and post it on their Facebook page, but overlooked blocking out the same-sex couple’s names and addresses. As soon as it was brought to their attention, however, they promptly deleted the scanned document.

            And that has nothing to do with their phony lists of damages.

            The county clerk has a job to do. If she doesn’t want to do it, she can quit.

            *yawn*

            the clerk being abusive first

            How?

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            I’m not a liar? That’s what the parades are for. Christians don’t dress like they do for Christmas parades all the time, either.
            I’m relatively positive that actually having sex in public is still an arrestable offense, and I am even more certain that straight people have done basically everything gay people do in public, kissing, groping, etc., and I’m absolutely positive that people react way more negatively to gay couples than straight couples doing it all.
            I can’t deny that there probably are gay pedophiles out there. I don’t know any for sure, but I’m sure they exist. I’m equally sure that straight pedophiles are more common, cos straight people are more common. They’re both bad and need serious help.
            The bakers lost their suit because of that document. “accident” or not.
            I’m not sure why you don’t think that refusing to do a job for someone because you “disagree” with their stance on homosexuality counts as abuse in one direction but not another.

          • Jeremy

            Are you suggesting you are okay with same sex relationships if they are lived in secret?

          • Matthew T. Mason

            I am that while I believe homosexuality is a sin, what consenting adults do in the privacy of their own bedroom is no business of mine.

          • Jeremy

            Is it possible to have a healthy, loving relationship and family in secret?

      • respectourdifferences

        “Look at the way they go after Christians.”

        More accurately: Look how they go after people who desire to restrict the rights of others based upon personal religious beliefs and in contravention of the law.

    • FoJC_Forever

      Imagine when you die and are cast away into Eternal Darkness. When this happens, you will realize that fighting for sexual perversion was one of the biggest mistakes you ever made.

      • Myrlyn Biffle

        Okay. So can you just go ahead and let us make that mistake and leave us alone and keep your mouth shut about it, now?

        • Jolanda Tiellemans

          They never will.

        • Bruce Morrow

          So sodomite what are you doing on CHRISTIAN website? I think we all want to know if you don’t like Christians.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            I don’t mind Christians, generally, as long as they’re nice enough to mind their business. You guys aren’t nice enough to mind your business (what with the anti-gay rhetoric), and so I feel no need to mind mine and I figured I could visit and see if I could get some of you to maybe chill out by pointing out some painfully obvious ironies in your threads.
            Especially that bit where you’re on a bit that is complaining about loving your neighbors while you insist on going out of your way to deliberately make the lives of people miserable.

        • FoJC_Forever

          No, I must type what the LORD leads. If you have rejected the Gospel and do not want to be saved from your Sin, you do not have to continue to read what I type here.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            True. But I meant in public life with the laws being passed and stuff, more generally.

          • Jim H

            You are not only a sanctimonious. You also appear to be quite delusional. I’d guess narcissistic. Here are some hallmarks of narcissism. You might want to think about how you display these traits:

            Lack of empathy is one of the most striking features of people with narcissistic personality disorder. It’s a hallmark of the disorder in the same way that fear of abandonment is in borderline personality disorder.

            Grandiosity” means, a sustained, unrealistic sense of being superior—better than other people. It also refers to a sense of uniqueness; the belief that few others have anything in common with oneself and that one can only be understood by a few or very special people.

            Narcissistic entitlement is not the same as self-worth; for example, that is, the belief that one is worthy of accomplishments earned through hard work. Instead, the narcissist is like a toddler who never learned he is not the center of the world and becomes enraged when others don’t meet his immediate demands.

            Arrogance is another defense mechanism that keeps the narcissist a legend in his own mind, free from the stain of the imperfection of other human beings. Remember, narcissists (and borderlines) split, seeing themselves and others in black and white.

            Narcissist’s need to fend off inner emptiness, feel special and in control, and avoid feelings of defectiveness and insignificance. While we all fantasize, the trouble with narcissist fantasy is that the narcissist treads a fine line between what is magical thinking and what is real.

            Seek help!

          • FoJC_Forever

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          • Matthew T. Mason

            Wow. It’s fascinating to see how Jimmy up there complains of ad hominem attacks, while he engages in them all on his own.

            Hypocrite? Troll? You betcha.

        • Matthew T. Mason

          Because we are not supposed to do that. The Bible says we have the responsibility of telling people about Jesus and if they are living in sin. If we fail to do so, the blood is on our hands.

          Now, if you hear, and choose to reject, that’s something else altogether.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            I could have sworn that ignorance of the faith got you off the hook. Oh well. That aside, I’m pretty sure none of us are unaware of the whole sin thing, on top of being certain that banning marriage and boycotting corn chips isn’t a good way to spread the word.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            I could have sworn that ignorance of the faith got you off the hook.

            When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at thine hand. (Ezekiel 3:18 KJV)

            And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. (Mark 16:15 KJV)

            You wanna try again?

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            So, are the Pygmies included?

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Dude, really? And you actually think you are intellectually superior when you say stupid things like that?

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            I’m serious! You’re going to insist I don’t know what I’m talking about and then refuse to answer a simple question? Are the Pygmies, or whoever else lives and dies without knowing about Christianity condemned to hell or not?

      • Jim H

        How exactly are you fighting “sexual perversion” by posting your inane comments on a Christian website frequented mostly by people who already believe the same things you do?

        • FoJC_Forever

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          • Jim H

            As always, your response only proves what a sanctimonious “tool” you really are.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Dude, I think he just exorcised you, hahaha

          • Jim H

            He wishes it was that easy.

          • FoJC_Forever

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            I don’t read what you type. You’re wasting your time talking to me.

          • Jim H

            “I don’t read what you type. You’re wasting your time talking to me.”

            The fact you won’t read or respond with anything except lorem ipsum just proves how are vacuous your arguments are and that you are really just a narcissistic hateful bully, which make the time and effort worthwhile.

      • Peter Leh

        fighting for sexual perversion is not the unforgivable sin. nor will it be the “biggest mistakes you ever made.”

        get your theology right.

        • FoJC_Forever

          I listen to Jesus, not you or anyone else. You need to move along, false one.

          • Peter Leh

            as you should. as you should.

            But can you back yo your claim?

            Scripture please?

          • FoJC_Forever

            Jesus only entertained the Devil’s conversations a short time, during His temptation in the wilderness. I don’t have to entertain his servants who continue to badger and harass me, as my LORD has instructed.

            You will only fool those who do not know the Truth.

          • Peter Leh

            Another gatekeeper of the truth? Well, we will have all of eternity to talk and laugh at how foolish indeed it was to control others.

            that is.. IF you make it. 🙂

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  • Rhonda Beard

    I haven’t been hungry, naked, using leaves to wipe or dirty by boycotting all Frito Lay products and all products from several other conglomerates. I already have and the Creator God of the Universe has been more than capable of caring for me!

    • Myrlyn Biffle

      You’re online. Clearly, you’re not quite boycotting enough of the evil homo clan.

      • Rhonda Beard

        The ‘evil homo clan’ is not the only ‘clan’ on Facebook or any online entity. I am allowed my say as well as all others. As long as that remains the case, I will continue. And, just to be clear, I have NO ‘hatred’ of homosexuals. I have family members & friends who are & I love them dearly. I do, however, believe in the Bible & will never change in that regard.

        • Myrlyn Biffle

          Mark Zuckerberg, though, and by extension Facebook big supporter of gay rights.
          Actually, you can find a list. I know nearly four hundred helped with legalizing marriage equality, including Facebook, Microsoft, Apple and Google.

  • Green Loogy

    How about Christian crisps. or straight pride chips? Why choose something that the majority of the American public does not support? This is just another bowing down to the minority for political correctness. Good Grief! I’m not buying their chips anymore. How dare they wave their immorality and minority opinions in my face.

    • Ambulance Chaser

      The majority of the American public supports gay rights.

      • Green Loogy

        That is where you are wrong. I don’t know if you really believe that or are just wishing it, either way that is wrong. Even in liberal California the voters overturned gay marriage twice yet the Gov. still overruled the voters and a court unconstitutionally passed it into law.

        • Ambulance Chaser

          Times change. See my link above.

          • Rebecca

            Times do change, but God never will 🙂

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            God isn’t the one answering the poll, and honestly, I think you should let God handle these matters and chill out. He’s a big diety, he can take care of things Himself.

          • Jim H

            Read the Bible. He changes a lot.

          • Green Loogy

            The Bible never changes

          • Ambulance Chaser

            Okay, we’ll that has nothing to do with whether the majority of Americans support gay rights. Don’t move the goalposts.

          • Green Loogy

            Yes it does

      • Rebecca

        Your resource for that opinion??

        • Ambulance Chaser

          The Pew Forum. Let’s see if they let me post a link.

          http://www.pewforum. org/ 2015 /07/29/ graphics-slideshow-changing-attitudes-on-gay-marriage/

          • Rebecca

            Any non religious people who support the issue is not a big deal. That is expected. Even though I know many non religious who don’t support gay marriage. If there are any religious people who support it, I would question their religious claim, depending on their affiliation..
            None of this really matters in the end. God doesn’t support the practice of homosexuality, so His view trumps all views. The same with an adulterer, God doesn’t support adultery either. Both practices are wrong.

          • Jim H

            I believe Gallop showed similar results.

  • Jackie

    This is the stupidest idea I’ve heard in a long time. I do not want to be reminded of sexual perversions while I am eating. I can’t help it if 2% of the population decides to disobey God’s commands in the most disgusting way possible, but do we have to focus on it 24/7?

    • Michael C

      You will never see a bag of these Doritos. You will never have the opportunity to purchase a bag of these Doritos. These Doritos will not be made available in any stores.

      The only way to obtain a bag of these Doritos was on the “It Gets Better” website. Thanks to the outrage from websites like this and comments from people like you, It Gets Better was provided with tons of free publicity and all available bags of these Doritos were purchased, raising $100,000 for at-risk youth.

      • Jolanda Tiellemans

        WOW!!!! NICE!!!!

  • FoJC_Forever

    Homosexuality is no more worthy to be celebrated than murder, child molestation, or adultery. The Great Delusion continues to spread and grow. The End of this Age is upon us. Only those who know and follow Jesus (the) Christ will be saved.

    Judgement is coming.

    • Myrlyn Biffle

      Cool. Now let us be judged and leave us alone.

      • Jim H

        Well said.

      • FoJC_Forever

        I’m not bothering you.

  • April J

    No gay person will ever turn straight just because you stopped eating Doritos…

    • Matthew T. Mason

      Point??

      • April J

        I think I was pretty clear

        • Matthew T. Mason

          Your statement is irrelevant and nonsensical. I am looking for coherence. So if you are trying to make a point, why not make it?

          • April J

            It got several upvotes so I’m pretty sure it makes sense to at least some people. I apologize that you can’t comprehend it.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            All that does is show you are not the only moron here.

            I ask again: What is your point?

          • April J

            My advice is stop wasting your time on morons. That’s how I look at it. On that note…bye bye!

          • Matthew T. Mason

            You do realize you just called yourself a moron, right?

            I love it!

          • Desertcatn

            Not supporting the company, that makes Doritos, has nothing to do with turning gay people straight. It is freedom of choice to support or not support a cause or a company promoting that cause.

  • FoJC_Forever

    Christians shouldn’t waste their time promoting boycotts. It’s not about the money you spend. Purchasing products will benefit, in some fashion, someone who is living in some kind of sinful activity. Personal choices are one thing, if you don’t want to knowingly patronize a particular business, but collective boycotts are a waste of energy, time, and focus.

    Preach the Word of God to homosexuals, so they have the opportunity to be saved from their Sin. They are like anyone else who needs the Salvation of God. Tell them of the love of God expressed and given by Jesus (the) Christ. Tell them of the Judgement to come. Tell them of the Promise of the Holy Spirit who comes to those who follow Jesus. Some will listen and turn to the LORD for Salvation.

    • Rebecca

      As a Christian, I have never understood most boycotts.
      There are gays who buy products or services from companies that don’t support the homo lifestyle, but align with the hetero lifestyle, whether they know it or not. It works both ways.

    • Andre Beasley

      As an ex-pastor who has left Christianity, I do not personally agree with the content of your message for my life personally, I must reply and applaud you on your delivery! You show love and yet defend your beliefs, bravo! Much love!

      • FoJC_Forever

        It’s sad, if you have rejected Jesus (the) Christ and have chosen to walk in Darkness. Maybe you have rejected a false religion masquerading as Christianity, rather than actually leaving Christianity. Many have done this. They practiced a religion, but never got to know Jesus through the presence and power of His Holy Spirit.

      • Jim H

        You need to read more of his comments before praising him too much. This one is not typical.

  • Gena B

    I wonder if Doritos will have a bag and chips in support of Islam or Christianity, or how about a Democrat bag of chips? They need to not be political so as not to alienate any group. But they don’t really care, they have made billions off of gullible people who continue to buy their products and get sick from their garbage while laughing all the way to the bank.

    • Myrlyn Biffle

      Actually, it was for a charity for LGBT+ suicide prevention.

  • April J

    All proceeds from the sale of rainbow Doritos go to the It Gets Better campaign, which aims at preventing suicide in the LGBT community. Would you rather gay people kill themselves than continue to live on this earth? I sure hope not. That’s not very pro-life.

    • Rebecca

      Stop with the suicide angle. The trans community uses that too. Suicides are terrible and happen for all sorts of reasons.

      • Myrlyn Biffle

        Half of all LGBT+ kids have considered suicide. Half. Okay? Half. Of all of them. Because of abuse. Because of people like you.
        As opposed to less than ten percent of general population. And general population numbers include the LGBT+ groups.

        • Rebecca

          Well, if those numbers are true, it’s only because they are wrong in their choice and know that deep inside and thus there is an internal fight within and some choose suicide. No one forces, makes someone commit suicide. Those who choose suicide are driven there by their own choices. Using the “threat”…oh you must accept or they may commit suicide, is silly. No…they are the ones who cannot accept who they were born. That is what is wrong. satan really is having fun with this one. It’s so sad.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            That attitude right there is why they feel that suicide is the answer. They think there’s something wrong with them- and while you agree with them and you do think it is, you’re reinforcing the idea that there is no hope for them. They Want to change and they can’t.
            Why would they choose homosexuality? For the social benefits? To narrow the dating pool? To make their lives that much harder? Why would they choose to kill themselves instead of just changing their mind? If it’s that easy to change your sexual preference, why would anyone ever choose to be gay?
            If it’s that easy to switch, you do it.
            You know that sense of disgust you just had when you read that? That’s what they feel when they try to be straight.
            They can’t accept how they were born because people like you keep telling them they were born wrong.
            And that’s exactly why they feel that they’re better off dead.

          • Rebecca

            When they are deceived into this wrong path, unfortunately suicide is one of satan’s little tricks he has in his bag. satan catches them and then brings them to their demise. Fortunately, there are some who resist that pull. Suicides for whatever reason are terrible, but enabling a wrong choice is not the answer. Despite what you hear in the media nowadays, there are right and wrong choices in life. Whether it is homosexuality, adultery, trans, etc, they are all wrong choices.
            Buy as many rainbow Doritos as you want. Eating a bag of pretty colored chips doesn’t’ really help fix their heart and get them on a right path. I doubt we’ll see a news story with the headline, “Woman’s Life Saved Because Consumers Bought Doritos Rainbow Chips” A bag of rainbow chips is not their saving grace, anymore than being allowed to marry has been or being in a parade has been.
            In any walk of life, there are those, no matter their sexaul choice, who will choose suicide. This issue goes deeper than most are aware.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            So, naturally, bullying these children will help guide them back to the light?

          • Rebecca

            Truth is not bullying. If one is that sensitive to truth, then they are not ready for the real and adult world.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            Forcing your child out of their home isn’t bullying?
            Refusing to love a sinner isn’t very Christ like.

          • Rebecca

            I haven’t forced any child of mine out of the home.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            You specifically, no, but more than half of homeless youth are homeless because they were kicked out of their houses for being gay.
            Don’t you think that they would rather change in the interest of keeping a roof over their heads? Don’t you think they’d rather change than tell parents that they know will stop loving them that they’re gay?

          • Rebecca

            All of us are sinners. Of course I love sinners, just as you do.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            By the way, I’m a suicide attempt survivor. My attempt had nothing to do with my place in the LGBT+ community, either. I know the complexities behind the problem.

          • Rebecca

            I too am a suicide survivor, but no one was pushing me to choose that. It would have been me and only me. Suicides are terrible, but enabling what may drive someone to do it is not the answer. It is something within the person no one can reach, but the person theirself and a change in their perspective and heart.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            If enabling the driving force isn’t the answer, why are you being the driving force?
            Do you honestly think that your cruelty is not as bad as simply being gay?
            And I say it again – do you honestly believe that, with all those reasons to try to be “normal” and straight, these kids are choosing to kill themselves instead of just changing their minds?

          • Jim H

            Face it Rebecca, people like you in fact do have blood on your hands. You should be happy about it. You are helping to reduce the number of abominations running around. It is the good ole times like in the Old Testament. When people are born wrong, like being a Canaanite, Midianite, Amalekite, etc.(or gay) you can giggle as they get what’s coming to them.

          • Rebecca

            We all have a choice in what and how we live. I have no blood on my hands. You do though if you are pro-choice.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            You and your decision to ostracize gay kids, instead of showing them love, has literally killed several of them.

          • Jim H

            I don’t know if we all have a choice in what and how we live. You obviously like the idea so you can blame people for their behavior. I don’t want to assume people decide to be bad. I would rather believe people are basically good and stuff happens to them, sometimes through inherited biology, sometimes because of their circumstances, that cause them to behave badly. Which of our approaches is more charitable and like the one who said: “Father forgive them, they know not what they do.”?
            If someone ends their life because of your lack of compassion and/or condemnation of them, you do have their blood on your hands. A confederate soldier fighting to maintain the South’s right to keep slaves, bears the guilt of slavery whether he had slaves or not. The Germans who did nothing to try to prevent the holocaust had the blood of Jews on their hands. They didn’t need to personally operate a gas chamber.
            I would not describe myself as pro-choice. but I have little use for pro-lifers, who oppose contraception and give up all responsibility for the child’s welfare post-natal. The same people who scream about the unborn often support cutting social programs that help mothers and young children. If you look at what these “defenders of life” have done with social programs you will see the extent of their hypocrisy and the stupidity of the people who support them.

  • sammy13

    Limited to just doritos? Why not all of frito-lay?!

  • robertzaccour

    I’ve pretty much never bought doritos to begin with, but here’s an idea for those that do. Why not just refuse to purchase the rainbow bags of doritos? You’d still be buying the chips you like without supporting their gender-challenged marketing production.

    • Myrlyn Biffle

      Well, they weren’t really for sale. They’ll never hit any shelves.they were specially produced just for a charity, and they were an incentive to donate at least ten bucks to that charity.

  • getreal5

    The medical community was correct for many years classifying homosexual behavior as a mental illness.
    i could care less about those adults who like to be sodomized. I do care about those that think that we should approve of their deviant behavior and reward them for it as they are just as mentally ill as the homo.

    • Peter Leh

      so we go back to lobotomy procedures? I mean the medical community was right?

      • getreal5

        It is a deviant behavior since the people who do that are a mere fraction of the population. it has nothing to do with morality or right or wrong.homosexuals do not and cannot reproduce themselves. therefore it is a learned behavior.

        • Peter Leh

          “homosexuals do not and cannot reproduce themselves.”

          my aunt and uncle could not reproduce, either.

          Are THEY deviant? or do you mean “aberrant” or “atypical”

          remember scientifically abnormal means 49% compared to normal 51%

          • getreal5

            semantics.non child producing people that are married are not the norm.

          • Peter Leh

            neither are homosexuals according to your statement. “Deviant” you said. You continued to expand on what is deviant about homosexuals: “cannot reproduce themselves” you said.

            My aunt and uncle fit this “deviant” description.

            “Semantics” you said. I dont know, so far the comparison between the two adds up to 100% “deviant”

            But am i splitting hair here getting clarification on the language?

          • getreal5

            de·vi·ant (dē′vē-ənt)
            adj.
            Differing from a norm or from the accepted standards of a society.
            n.
            One that differs from a norm, especially a person whose behavior and attitudes differ from accepted social standards.
            [Middle English deviaunt, from Late Latin dēviāns, dēviant-, present participle of dēviāre, to deviate; see deviate.]

          • getreal5

            so yes. according to the definition, your aunt and uncle are deviants.

          • Peter Leh

            thanks. In addition, with full protection status. one day perhaps all “deviants” will as well. 🙂

          • getreal5

            I would hope so. otherwise the heterosexual conservative will become extinct.

          • Peter Leh

            ha! we need all the help we can get. 🙂

        • Kara Connor

          So sky divers are deviant. What an interesting viewpoint you espouse.

        • Jim H

          According to some recent research there is possibly an X chromosomal marker for male homosexuality. It does not effect the female carrying it, so she remains heterosexual, but she passes the marker on to her male offspring who are effected and become homosexual. So homosexuals don’t need to reproduce in order to create more of them, their heterosexual female family members do.

          • getreal5

            some vague study. smells of an attempted justification for deviant behavior.

          • Jim H

            Not a surprising response. you obviously prefer to remain smug in your own opinions. I would have Googled “X chromosome homosexuality” and read up on it, so I could discuss it, before I dismissed it. But. I’m that way.

      • getreal5

        they also used maggots and leeches and bloodletting. they all were better than doing nothing for some people under certain circumstances.

    • Josey

      I do agree except wish you were not an atheist of course since I am a believer in Christ whole heartedly it would make sense that I wish you were not atheist as you claim, tho. I don’t believe there are truly atheists, never met one yet when their lives were on the line for fear of death and the unknown causes them to pray usually very quickly.
      And it doesn’t imo take a whole lot of common sense to understand what an unnatural act homosexuality is or the fact that they want Christians and society in general to accept their mental disorder as normal so they’ll feel better about it. Their desire to be accepted by their peers and society in general, they should ask themselves why it’s so important for them to be accepted since they claim they are not doing anything wrong in the first place. Seems they need a lot of assurance that there is nothing wrong with them from people in society they do not even know. That is a mental disorder of itself. Btw. I love your posts in speaking like the beverly hillbilly very comical and a talent as to how you get your point across with humor, there is a lot of common sense to your posts even though I pray you would come to know Jesus Christ as your friend and Saviour but that choice is yours and yours alone.

      • getreal5

        you can substitute the word homosexuality for religion in the same manner you laid out and it would be accurate. believing in the christian god/jesus at face value, you would have to think that condoning the death of an innocent/human sacrifice in you place for the wrongs you think you have done would by some miracle get you into heaven, a place you must first admit you don’t deserve to go to,to begin with.then you must consume his flesh and drink his blood and evidently skin him alive in order to fool god for not torturing you in hell-fire for eternity for something you either did or failed to do in the temporal. what hubris to think you can wear a jesus skin suit and think that god almighty is that stupid to believe you are his own son.
        at face value that would be a trap if that type of deity actually existed.

      • getreal5

        I have zero fear of death since I will never be able to experience my own demise. nobody can. I know with a certainty that when I do die ,to me it will be like it was before I was born and i don’t remember that either. So all i have is the now so it is my choice on what things I do or will do since that is all I will ever remember doing. I don’t need a carrot or a stick to control my behavior as i am an adult atheist and it is always now.

      • Jim H

        “I don’t believe there are truly atheists, never met one yet when their lives were on the line for fear of death and the unknown causes them to pray usually very quickly.”

        I am pretty sure there are true atheists, who remain atheists regardless up to their deaths. I think one reason you hear of so many deathbed conversions, in lieu of real ones, Christians don’t hesitate to make them up.

        I’m sure you’ve heard of Christopher Hitchens. Although there were many claims that he converted, his wife, who was there the whole time said:

        “He lived by his principles until the end. To be honest, the subject of God didn’t come up.”

        There were similar deathbed conversion stories about Carl Sagan. Ann Druyan, Carl Sagan ‘s wife elaborated on that subject in Epilogue to Billions and Billions: Thoughts on Life and Death at the Brink of the Millennium:

        “Contrary to the fantasies of the fundamentalists, there was no deathbed conversion, no last minute refuge taken in a comforting vision of a heaven or an afterlife. For Carl, what mattered most was what was true, not merely what would make us feel better. Even at this moment when anyone would be forgiven for turning away from the reality of our situation, Carl was unflinching. As we looked deeply into each other’s eyes, it was with a shared conviction that our wondrous life together was ending forever.”

        It started a long time ago.

        Charles Darwin died in April 1882 and was buried in Westminster Abbey. Within days of his death, reports of a conversion experience began to circulate. The first report supposedly came in a sermon preached in South Wales by a gentleman identified as “Mr. Huntingdon.” Some weeks later there surfaced a report about a letter sent to John Eadie, a divinity professor in Glasgow, in which Darwin indicated, “He can with confidence look to Calvary.”1 Curiously, when examined, Darwin’s existing correspondence (which totals over 14,000 letters) contains no communication between these two men.

        The most often cited evidence for the alleged conversion of Darwin comes from a woman known as Lady Hope.told the story of a visit she had with Darwin before the scientist’s death. She recounted this tale during a devotional service and was later persuaded to write an account of this visit, which was then published in the Watchman-Examiner, a national Baptist magazine, on August 19, 1915.
        Here is what even the “Answers in Genesis” website said:

        Here, Lady Hope claimed to have visited Darwin on an autumn afternoon. She noted that Darwin had been bedridden for several months before his death, and at the time of her visit she found him sitting up in bed. Lady Hope indicated that Darwin was at the time reading the Bible, which she claimed he was always studying. When asked what he was reading he replied, “Hebrews . . . the Royal Book.” Darwin also supposedly commented, “I was a young man with unformed ideas.”

        Lady Hope further claimed that before her departure she was asked by Darwin to return and speak to his servants in his summerhouse. When asked about the subject on which she should speak, Darwin was said to have replied “Christ Jesus!”

        As soon as this story became public, the denials from Darwin’s family began (as they did after every supposed “conversion story” became known). In a letter to James Howe, Darwin’s son Francis wrote in 1915: “He [Darwin] could not have become openly and enthusiastically Christian without the knowledge of his family, and no such change occurred.”

        In a letter dated May 28, 1918, Francis again writes: “Lady Hope’s account of my father’s views on religion is quite untrue. I have publicly accused her of falsehood, but I have not seen any reply.”

        Darwin’s daughter Henrietta wrote in 1922: “I was present at his deathbed. Lady Hope was not present during his last illness, or any illness. . . . He never recanted any of his scientific views, either then or earlier.”

        • Josey

          And if true I know where they are now, regretting wasting their time on such foolishness for anyone who says there is no God the Bible calls a fool.
          I guarantee they are like the rich man that wanted someone to come back from the dead to warn his family members of the horrible place called hell he was in but Abraham told him that if they won’t listen to the prophets and preachers of that day they would not listen to anyone coming back from the dead and that there was a gulf between him and the saints anyway so no one could cross over. Those atheists you described if they died lost w/out repenting and accepting Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord and there have been many lost that have entered into hell for wide is the road to hell and narrow the road to life everlasting as Jesus said, so I don’t doubt it but they are in everlasting torment right now forever and ever and ever, there is no chance of escape, no redemption left for the lost ones who breathed their last breath on this earth, only a horrible judgement and eternity of hell awaits them and all who follow in their blind footsteps.

          • Jim H

            “I guarantee they are like the rich man that wanted someone to come back from the dead to warn his family members of the horrible place called hell he was in…”

            “I don’t doubt it but they are in everlasting torment right now forever and ever and ever, there is no chance of escape, no redemption left for the lost ones who breathed their last breath on this earth, only a horrible judgement and eternity of hell awaits them and all who follow in their blind footsteps.”

            Like most supposed Christians, you seem to have no compassion for them suffering forever, and even revel in that possibility.

          • Josey

            oh yes I revel in it, give me a break, I wouldn’t waste my time telling others they need Christ if that were true and I certainly don’t relish being called lunatic when I tell others of my faith and what Christ has done for me or being spat at, etc, Christians warn others because they don’t want people going to a place of torment just as the man Jesus is referring to wants someone to warn his family to repent so that they will not come to such a place. That you think that of Christians who go to the trouble to warn even at the risk of being persecuted angers me but is no surprise that you would accuse Christians of such evil since the devil is the accuser of the brethren and the father of lies but I will forgive you and ask God to help me not to be angry with you because that is what Christ asks of me.

          • Jim H

            “That you think that of Christians who go to the trouble to warn even at the risk of being persecuted angers me…”

            Josey:

            This country is about 70% Christian and you can’t get very far in politics without making a profession of faith, despite the fact that the constitution forbids a religious test for office. It is particularly apparent with the Republican party, but the Democrats know the advantages of professing your faith, as well.

            In a Gallop poll 58% of Americans said they would vote for a Muslim for president, only 54% would vote for an atheist. So, it appears any religion plays better than no religion at all.
            Who seem to have the deck stacked in your favor. I’ve always wondered exactly who it was that was persecuting you?

          • Josey

            “Like most supposed Christians, you seem to have no compassion for them suffering forever and even revel in that possibility.” you said.

            I have compassion for the living and warn as many as possible to repent and turn to Christ so they won’t go to such a place of torment, I don’t revel or enjoy the thought of anyone being in such a place, it is a known fact and truth that Jesus taught about Hell being a real place and a place that one can avoid by trusting in the very sacrifice He made for all that believe on Him and humble ourselves for forgiveness of our sins by admitting we are sinners in need of a Saviour in which He alone can atone for us and be that Saviour. NO, I don’t revel in those who died lost and are in Hell, I try not to think about it except I have a responsibility to warn others that is not a place to go to and if only one turns to Christ because of a warning or word I spoke then I rejoice in that. It is the devil, that old lying serpent who revels in the lost and those who he can take to hell with him, not Christians!

          • Jim H

            I wish more Christians felt that way, I will take you on your word that you are. But, read what some of the “Christians” that post here say about the subject. They don’t display much love and do seem to revel in others burning.
            Here is a list of what Christian leaders have said on the subject:

            Peter Lombard, the Master of Sentences

            “Therefore the elect shall go forth…to see the torments of the impious, seeing which they will not be grieved, but will be satiated with joy at the sight of the unutterable calamity of the impious .” Sent. Iv 50, ad fin

            Martin Luther

            When questioned whether the Blessed will not be saddened by seeing their nearest and dearest tortured answers, “Not in the least.”

            Gerhard

            “…the Blessed will see their friends and relations among the damned as often as they like but without the least of compassion.”

            Andrew Welwood

            (speaks of the saints as being) “overjoyed in beholding the vengeance of God ,” and their beholding of the smoke of the torment of the wicked as “a passing delectation.”

            Samuel Hopkins

            “This display of the divine character will be most entertaining to all who love God, will give them the highest and most ineffable pleasure. Should the fire of this eternal punishment cease, it would in a great measure obscure the light of heaven, and put an end to a great part of the happiness and glory of the blessed.”

            Bishop Newcomb

            “The door of mercy will be shut and all bowels of compassion denied, by God, who will laugh at their destruction; by angels and saints, who will rejoice when they see the vengeance’ by their fellow-suffer the devil and the damned rejoicing over their misery.” Catechetical Sermons

            Tertullian

            “At that greatest of all spectacles, that last and eternal judgment how shall I admire, how laugh, how rejoice, how exult, when I behold so many proud monarchs groaning in the lowest abyss of darkness; so many magistrates liquefying in fiercer flames than they ever kindled against the Christians; so many sages philosophers blushing in red-hot fires with their deluded pupils; so many tragedians more tuneful in the expression of their own sufferings; so many dancers tripping more nimbly from anguish then ever before from applause.”

            “What a spectacle. . .when the world. . .and its many products, shall be consumed in one great flame! How vast a spectacle then bursts upon the eye! What there excites my admiration? What my derision? Which sight gives me joy? As I see. . .illustrious monarchs. . . groaning in the lowest darkness, Philosophers. . .as fire consumes them! Poets trembling before the judgment-seat of. . .Christ! I shall hear the tragedians, louder-voiced in their own calamity; view play-actors. . .in the dissolving flame; behold wrestlers, not in their gymnasia, but tossing in the fiery billows. . .What inquisitor or priest in his munificence will bestow on you the favor of seeing and exulting in such things as these? Yet even now we in a measure have them by faith in the picturings of imagination.” [De Spectaculis, Chapter XXX]

            Augustine

            “They who shall enter into [the] joy [of the Lord] shall know what is going on outside in the outer darkness. . .The saints’. . . knowledge, which shall be great, shall keep them acquainted. . .with the eternal sufferings of the lost.” [The City of God, Book 20, Chapter 22, “What is Meant by the Good Going Out to See the Punishment of the Wicked” & Book 22, Chapter 30, “Of the Eternal Felicity of the City of God, and of the Perpetual Sabbath”]

            Thomas Aquinas

            In order that the happiness of the saints may be more delightful to them and that they may render more copious thanks to God for it, they are allowed to see perfectly the sufferings of the damned. . .So that they may be urged the more to praise God. . .The saints in heaven know distinctly all that happens. . .to the damned. [Summa Theologica, Third Part, Supplement, Question XCIV, “Of the Relations of the Saints Towards the Damned,” First Article, “Whether the Blessed in Heaven Will See the Sufferings of the Damned. . .”]

            “The same fire” (which he decides to be material) “ torments the damned in hell and the just in purgatory…The least pain in purgatory exceeds the greatest in this life.” Summa Theo. Suppl. Qu. 100, acts. 2, n. 3.

            Jonathan Edwards

            “The view of the misery of the damned will double the ardour of the love and gratitude of the saints of heaven.”

            The sight of hell torments will exalt the happiness of the saints forever. . .Can the believing father in Heaven be happy with his unbelieving children in Hell. . . I tell you, yea! Such will be his sense of justice that it will increase rather than diminish his bliss.

            [“The Eternity of Hell Torments” (Sermon), April 1739 & Discourses on Various Important Subjects, 1738]

            Thomas Boston, Scottish preacher, 1732

            “God shall not pity them but laugh at their calamity. The righteous company in heaven shall rejoice in the execution of God’s judgment, and shall sing while the smoke riseth up for ever.”

            Isaac Watts:

            During America ‘s “Great Awakening” the popular hymn writer, Isaac Watts (1674-1748), even set Christians’ feet to tapping with this crisp little verse:

            What bliss will fill the ransomed souls,
            When they in glory dwell,
            To see the sinner as he rolls,
            In quenchless flames of hell.

            St. Anthony Mary Claret

            “Once [a soul] is condemned by God, then God’s friends agree in God’s judgment and condemnation. For all eternity they will not have a kind thought for this wretch. Rather they will be satisfied to see him in the flames as a victim of God’s justice. (“The just shall rejoice when he shall see the revenge . . .” Psalm 57:11) They will abhor him. A mother will look from paradise upon her own condemned son without being moved, as though she had never known him.”– “The Pains of Hell,” Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, consisting of thirty-five meditations from The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius as explained by St. Anthony Mary Claret. St. Claret’s “explanations” were written in Spanish in the late 1800’s.

            Catholic Truth Society

            What will it be like for a mother in heaven who sees her son burning in hell? She will glorify the justice of God. – Pamphlet from the late 1960s, part of a catechismal teaching [cited in an essay by the English poet, Stevie Smith, “Some Impediments to Christian Commitment”]

            J.I. Packer

            “…love and pity for hell’s occupants will not enter our hearts.” J.I. Packer in article “Hell’s Final Enigma” in “Christianity Today Magazine, April 22,2002 .”

            Christian Theology in Plain Language, p. 219.

            “Non-Christians often ask the Christian, “But how can the God of love allow any of his creatures to suffer unending misery?” The question is, how can he not? The fact that God is love makes hell necessary. “Hell,” as E. L. Mascall once said, “is not compatible with God’s love; it is a direct consequence of it.” That was his way of stressing the fact that the very God who loves us is the one who respects our decisions. He loves us, but he does not force his love on us. To force love is to commit assault. He allows us to decide. He loves us, he encourages our response, he woos us, he pursues us, he urges us, but he does not force us, because he respects us.”

    • Rebecca

      I appreciate your view. Thanks for sharing that you’re an atheist. I’m not myself, I believe in God. We agree on the the mental illness of these abnormal sex choices and it is deviant behavior. The push to make all of this “seem” normal is disgusting and sad. We must stand up and speak up against it. I think in general it is a minority that supports it. The media enlarges it to “seem” bigger than it is.

      • getreal5

        indeed it is deviant behavior. I don’t have problems with gay people.The problem I have is with gay people who are militant and want to force me to condone their behavior and forcing county clerks to marry them when it is against her religious beliefs. She wasn’t the only clerk in the state, the fags could have simply found another one who would the next county over.

        • Rebecca

          I agree with this. I can’t believe they are so “loving” in forcing others to bend their ways to appease their abominable choices. I don’t have a problem with a gay individual either, it it their agenda to force others to accept it or pay. There is a reason they were in the closet for so long and why some still are.

          • getreal5

            my next door neighbor is an elderly gay man and has an elderly gay partner. some of the nicest people i’ve ever met. They are horrified about how the militant gays have taken over as well as disappointed. They were happy being outside the norm and got a kick of not being found out to be gay. They stopped having sex about 35 years ago and are just companions now or so i’m told. I’m not gay but it seems to me it was all about the thrill of it since it was consensual deviancy from what is considered normal.

          • Rebecca

            I know. There are some nice gays who have spoken out against this gay agenda, have spoken out in support of ChickFilA…when that was going on, have spoken out in support of Kim Davis rights…but, the agenders have bullied the videos or articles off the planet so they don’t show that side.
            It’s sad they even censor their “own” to make it seem like “all” are in support of this stuff. As I said before, the numbers are not as big as they like to make them seem. Of all my friends, only one supports this stuff and she’s not gay.

        • rubellapox2

          the “fags” shouldn’t have to go anywhere… it’s ms davis job to hand out marriage licenses, not to decide who gets one or not based on her archaic beliefs…she’s a gov’t agent, not a pastor or reverend..

          • getreal5

            like it or not she followed the law in her state. what law did she violate when she refused to give a marriage license to two men? what law is it, can you please give me the law case number?

          • getreal5

            402.005 Definition of marriage.
            As used and recognized in the law of the Commonwealth, “marriage” refers only to the
            civil status, condition, or relation of one (1) man and one (1) woman united in law for
            life, for the discharge to each other and the community of the duties legally incum
            bent
            upon those whose association is founded on the distinction of sex.
            Effective:
            July 15, 1998
            History:Created 1998 Ky. Acts ch. 258, sec. 4, effective July 15, 1998

          • getreal5

            402.020 Other prohibited marriages.
            (1)
            Marriage is prohibited and void:
            (a)
            With a person who has been adjudged mentally disabled by a court of
            competent jurisdiction;
            (b)
            Where there is a husband or wife living, from whom the person marrying has
            not been divorced;
            (c)
            When not solemnized or contracted in the presence of an author
            ized person or
            society;
            (d)
            Between members of the same sex;
            (e)
            Between more than two (2) persons; and
            (f)
            1.
            Except as provided in subparagraph 3. of this paragraph, when at the
            time of the marriage, the person is under sixteen (16) years of age;
            2.
            Exce
            pt as provided in subparagraph 3. of this paragraph, when at the
            time of marriage, the person is under eighteen (18) but over sixteen (16)
            years of age, if the marriage is without the consent of:
            a.
            The father or the mother of the person under eighteen (18
            ) but over
            sixteen (16), if the parents are married, the parents are not legally
            separated, no legal guardian has been appointed for the person
            under eighteen (18) but over sixteen (16), and no court order has
            been issued granting custody of the person und
            er eighteen (18) but
            over sixteen (16) to a party other than the father or mother;
            b.
            Both the father and the mother, if both be living and the parents are
            divorced or legally separated, and a court order of joint custody to
            the parents of the person under
            eighteen (18) but over sixteen (16)
            has been issued and is in effect;
            c.
            The surviving parent, if the parents were divorced or legally
            separated, and a court order of jo
            int custody to the parents of the
            person under eighteen (18) but over sixteen (16) was issued prior
            to the death of either the father or mother, which order remains in
            effect;
            d.
            The custodial parent, as established by a court order which has not
            been supe
            rseded, where the parents are divorced or legally
            separated and joint custody of the person under eighteen (18) but
            over sixteen (16) has not been ordered; or
            e.
            Another person having lawful custodial charge of the person under
            eighteen (18) but over sixte
            en (16), but
            3.
            In case of pregnancy the male and female, or either of them, specified in
            subparagraph 1. or 2. of this paragraph, may apply to a District Judge for
            permission to marry, which application may be granted, in the form of a
            written court order
            , in the discretion of the judge. There shall be a fee of five dollars ($5) for hearing each such application

          • getreal5

            she was going by the law of her state! she was doing her job!

          • rubellapox2

            What law is there in KY since June of this year which forbids or bans gay couples from marrying? Getreal, you need to get real…

          • getreal5

            i cited the laws text from Kentucky already. look it up on google.

          • rubellapox2

            those laws and amendment 1are now null and void… they were deemed unconstitutional and struck down by the supreme court.. you are in deep denial if you think ms davis can ignore the courts and act as if those laws still apply…you’re not being “real” if you think those laws still have force….

          • getreal5

            you are aware that the Supreme court also ruled in favor of slavery too.don’t you?

          • rubellapox2

            “you are aware that the Supreme court also ruled in favor of slavery too.don’t you? btw that law was never overturned by the SC.
            what law passed that legalized gay marriage? the dissenting opinion of the court said it was legislation through the bench!”

            The Supreme Court did not have to overturn their
            Decision, the legislator amended the constitution, they wrote the 13th amendment and the states ratified it..and until 1996 there were no laws forbidding gay couples from marrying… the religious paranoid crazy right wing conservatives decided to legislate and ban against gay couples possibly marrying and DOMA was passed..now there are no bans/amendments withholding the rights of gay couples to marry…they are unconstitutional…the court has decided that yes, marriage is a fundamental right and as such is protected under the 14th amendment…if straight couples can marry then gay couples can also marry…no new legislation, clarifying equality under our constitution is not legislating/writing new laws..

          • getreal5

            your buddy clinton signed the DOMA act into law. typical demokkkrat..

            The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) (Pub.L. 104–199, 110 Stat. 2419, enacted September 21, 1996, 1 U.S.C. § 7 and 28 U.S.C. § 1738C) is a United States federal law that, prior to being ruled unconstitutional, defined marriage for federal purposes as the union of one man and one woman, and allowed states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages granted under the laws of other states. Until Section 3 of the Act was struck down in 2013 (United States v. Windsor),
            DOMA, in conjunction with other statutes, had barred same-sex married
            couples from being recognized as “spouses” for purposes of federal laws,
            effectively barring them from receiving federal marriage benefits.
            DOMA’s passage did not prevent individual states from recognizing
            same-sex marriage, but it imposed constraints on the benefits received
            by all legally married same-sex couples.

            Initially introduced in May 1996, DOMA passed both houses of Congress by large, veto-proof majorities and was signed into law by President Bill Clinton in September 1996. By defining “spouse” and its related terms to signify a heterosexual couple in a recognized marriage, Section 3 codified non-recognition of same-sex marriages for all federal purposes, including insurance benefits for government employees, social security survivors’ benefits, immigration, bankruptcy, and the filing of joint tax returns,
            as well as excluding same-sex spouses from the scope of laws protecting
            families of federal officers (18 U. S. C. §115), laws evaluating
            financial aid eligibility, and federal ethics laws applicable to
            opposite-sex spouses.[1]:23–24

            Clinton – along with key legislators – later advocated for DOMA’s repeal. The Obama administration
            announced in 2011 that it had concluded Section 3 was unconstitutional
            and that although the administration would continue to enforce the law
            while it existed, it would no longer defend the law in court. In United States v. Windsor (2013), the U.S. Supreme Court declared Section 3 of DOMA unconstitutional under the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment.

      • getreal5

        btw, since you are a god believer,Genesis chapter 2 is as homo as it can possibly get, Adam breeding with his own rib by gods’ command.

  • Bill Via

    Frito-Lay is a division of Pepsico or Pepsi Cola. I stopped buying Pepsi products a few years back. I am from the south in NC and Pepsi was born in the south in New Bern, NC. I spoke with my billfold and stopped buying their products when I read an article about Pepsico and its gay embracing contributions. I have not read anything about Pepsico making any contributions toward missionary Christian activities. Screw Pepsi. They have signs down here touting their southern heritage…..if that is so important to their image then put the Confederate battle flag on the damn Dorito bag instead of the queer colors. I could explain that a lot easier to my grandchildren. Screw Pepsi. RC Cola or Coke for me.

    • SashaC

      Coke is a supporter of gay rights, as are hundreds of other companies you patronize regularly. Good luck not supporting any of them. You’d have to live with the Amish. No internet for you, since almost every major computer/technology company supports gay rights, so you wouldn’t be commenting here any longer. What a loss…

  • Michael Eade

    Money is being raised to help prevent suicide in kids bullied and harrassed by ignorant narrow minded people.

    Seems to me is people would rather let children die that swallow their pride.

    • Peter Leh

      seems that way, unfortunately.

    • Matthew T. Mason

      Ignorant? You have a lot of room to talk, don’t you?

      Does the “It Gets Better” Project have room for children who became homosexual because of sexual abuse? Does it have room for children who are just unhappy in the lifestyle and simply want to leave it? How about the fact the foundation was created by a loudmouth homosexual activist who has said and done things to and about others simply because they disagreed with him on homosexuality and same-sex marriage? How about the fact this very same guy spewed a profanity-laced, anti-Christian tirade at a high school because rightly offended Christian students got up and left an assembly conducted by him?

      Did you know about any of this?

      • Myrlyn Biffle

        So, you’re doing that thing where you mistake retaliation for persecution.

        • Matthew T. Mason

          Which means…what? You are not addressing what I wrote.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            I am, you’re just pretending I didn’t because you don’t have a good comeback.
            The founder of the charity acts that way towards you because that’s how you act toward him. Do unto others, right? So would it be upsetting that he’s returning the favor?

          • Matthew T. Mason

            I am, you’re just pretending I didn’t because you don’t have a good comeback.

            No, I said what I did because what you said did not make any sense.

            The founder of the charity acts that way towards you because that’s how you act toward him.

            You don’t have even the slightest idea what you are talking about, do you?

            Dan Savage licked the doorknob of the hotel room Gary Bauer was staying in, hoping that Bauer would catch the flu. Savage stated a desire to perform “hate sex” on Rick Santorum, as well as linked his name to a part of sodomy. Savage also suggested the then 10-year-old son of Penny Nance was a homosexual.

            Exactly what did these people do to Savage on a personal level?

            Answer: Nothing.

            Bauer and Santorum’s crime was vocally opposing same-sex marriage. Nance’s offending deed was objecting to seeing a PSA for “It Gets Better” being aired in the daytime.

            Dan Savage is a sick, psychotic son of a heifer. In his warped mind, if you don’t agree with him, you become a target for his venom.

            The very fact you are defending him by way of a wholly imagined slight doesn’t say much about you.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            So, you’re saying that, in order for one to act like a jerk and say bad things about someone, they must first be acted against by these people?
            So, what has literally every single gay person done to you personally? Or anyone else here, for that matter? What did every single gay person do to Santorum to inspire him to say that we don’t deserve to be legally (not religiously) married to the person we want arranging our funerals?
            What did every single young gay person that has considered suicide done to Nance that they all deserve to die feeling alone and unwanted?

          • Matthew T. Mason

            Okay. I’m done with you. You’re a liar and a moron. Goodbye.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            You didn’t answer my question.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            The fact that you still stand by the opinion that kids deserve the pain they’re dealing with and deserve to die because they “disagree” with your stance on homosexuality says a lot about you.

          • Matthew T. Mason

            The fact that you still stand by the opinion that kids deserve the pain they’re dealing with and deserve to die because they “disagree” with your stance on homosexuality

            Do not put words in my mouth.

          • Myrlyn Biffle

            You are against the It Gets Better campaign because of the jerk running the show, completely ignoring what it’s for. You’re insisting that promoting the campaign is the same thing as promoting sodomy, completely ignoring that most of the kids that so desperately need that message haven’t even had sex, gay or straight. You think that Savage is a bad person because he said someone was gay, which is not even an insult because Savage IS gay.
            You side with people who scream condemnation from the mountaintop at children who not only can’t help what they are, but begin to hate themselves because they cannot change it. You KNOW they hate themselves for it, and believe that they SHOULD hate themselves for it so that they can end their “behavior”, and you KNOW they kill themselves when they can’t make it stop.

      • Michael Eade

        Your comments do nothing but prove your own stupidity, i did not mention the founder of said charity as he has nothing to do with this current matter, besides if christians did not bully kids to suicide then his charity would not need to exist so in a sense it is thanks to christians that doritos are helping them.

        As for his actions, well we all have done questionable things christians are no different, wasn’t hitler catholic? And before 9/11 did a christian not bomb an abortion center in an act of terror, but oh i forget it is only bad and it only matters when it is gay people or non christians in general.

        • Matthew T. Mason

          i did not mention the founder of said charity as he has nothing to do with this current matter

          False. Dan Savage has everything to do with it. Because of his character, his motivations are suspect.

          besides if christians did not bully kids to suicide

          Baldfaced lie. Try again.

          • Michael Eade

            Dan Savage has NOTHING to do with doritos, neither does he decide what doritos does so no he has nothing to do with this.

            Christians are getting rather vocal of late when it comes to homosexuality, it is the christians telling the LGBT community they are evil, it is the christian community telling them that what they are doing is wrong and it is the christian politicians trying to prevent equality because “god says so”.

  • bowie1

    The real meaning of the rainbow is what represents God’s promise never to destroy an entire globe with a global flood. But, like any other symbol, it can be perverted to support an ungodly cause also.

    • Peter Leh

      conversely ,it can be taken from a perverted state and sanctified… just as you and i were at the time of salvation. 🙂

  • Reason2012

    Adults continue to permanently turn away from homosexuality, even after decades of believing the lie they were “born that way”, proving it’s not genetic, but the product of indoctrination, confusion, mental instability and/or abuse.

    Homosexual behavior is most literally pointed out as a sin, and God has not changed on that regard. But if a person has those inclinations but does not act upon them and does not dwell in lust upon others, then it’s not a sin. It’s just like sinful inclinations of any kind: it’s acting upon it when it becomes a sin.

    And this is what God says about sin and specifically the behavior of homosexuality:

    Romans 1:26-27 ”For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: (27) And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their_lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.”

    1 Corinthians 6:9-10 ”Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate [men who willingly take on the part of a “woman” with another man], nor abusers of themselves with mankind [s odomites], (10) Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.”

    1 Timothy 1:9-10 ”Knowing this, that the law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and for sinners, for unholy and profane, for murderers of fathers and murderers of mothers, for manslayers, (10) For_whoremongers, for them that defile themselves with mankind [s odomites], for menstealers, for liars, for perjured persons, and if there be any other thing that is contrary to sound doctrine;”

    Jude 1:7 ”Even as_Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.”

    Luke 17:29 ”[Jesus said] But the same day that Lot went out of_Sodom it rained fire and brimstone from heaven, and destroyed them all.”

    Matthew 19:4-6 ”And he [Jesus] answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, (5) And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? (6) Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.”

    Jesus made it quite clear God made us male and female so that a man will leave his father and mother (not two fathers, not three mothers and so on) and cleave onto his wife (not his husband and so on).

    The Word of God rebukes us all – even if we all try to say we don’t believe the Bible, the very Word of God will be our judge when we face Him. And God is a righteous judge and will judge us all – not turn a blind eye to our sin. Do not be deceived by the world: it’s God we will have to convince that His word was a lie, not men. What happened in Noah’s day when the entire world rejected God? Did God spare them because there were so many? No – they all perished except for Noah and his family!

    Proverbs 9:10 ”The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding.”

    God spared not His chosen people – we are kidding ourselves if we think He will spare the United States of America if we choose to blatantly turn away from Him.

    Jeremiah 12:17 ”But if they will not obey, I will utterly pluck up and destroy that nation, saith the LORD.”

    Luke 17:28-30 “So also as it was in the days of Lot: they ate, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they built; (29) but the day Lot went out of Sodom, it rained fire and brimstone from the heaven and destroyed them all. (30) Even so it shall be in the day when the Son of Man is revealed.”

    Romans 1:18-32 “For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold [suppress] the truth in unrighteousness; Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.

    For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse: Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.

    Therefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.

    For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.

    And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient; Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, m urder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers, Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents, Without understanding, covenantbreakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful: Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.”

    The entire Bible points out men having_sex with men is an abomination. Likewise woman having_sex with women. It’s not just Paul that pointed it out.

    Genesis 19:4-13 “But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of S odom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter: And they called unto Lot, and said unto him, Where are the men which came in to thee this night? bring them out unto us, that we may know them [men wanting to have_sex with men].

    And Lot went out at the door unto them, and shut the door after him, And said, I pray you, brethren, do not so wickedly. Behold now, I have two daughters which have not known man; let me, I pray you, bring them out unto you, and do ye to them as is good in your eyes: only unto these men do nothing [he offers his daughters to be_raped to keep them from having_sex with another man – shows_rape is not the issue but male on male_sex]; for therefore came they under the shadow of my roof.

    And they said, Stand back. And they said again, This one fellow came in to sojourn, and he will needs be a judge: now will we deal worse with thee, than with them. And they pressed sore upon the man, even Lot, and came near to break the door. But the men put forth their hand, and pulled Lot into the house to them, and shut to the door. And they smote the men that were at the door of the house with blindness, both small and great: so that they wearied themselves to find the door.

    And the men said unto Lot, Hast thou here any besides? son in law, and thy sons, and thy daughters, and whatsoever thou hast in the city, bring them out of this place: For we will destroy this place, because the cry of them is waxen great before the face of the LORD; and the LORD hath sent us to destroy it.”

    These two messengers were sent to destroy that place before the event where they tried to_rape these messengers.

    Leviticus 18:22 “Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.”

    Leviticus 20:13 “If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.”

    Even cross-dressing is an abomination:

    Deuteronomy 22:5 “The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God.”

    Deuteronomy 23:17 “There shall be no_whore of the daughters of Israel, nor a s odomite of the sons of Israel.”

    1 Kings 22:46 “And the remnant of the s odomites, which remained in the days of his father Asa, he took out of the land.”

    1 Kings 15:11-12 “And Asa did that which was right in the eyes of the LORD, as did David his father. And he took away the s odomites out of the land, and removed all the idols that his fathers had made.”

    2 Kings 23:7 “And he brake down the houses of the s odomites, that were by the house of the LORD, where the women wove hangings for the grove.”

    Ezekiel 16:49-50 “Behold, this was the iniquity of thy sister S odom, pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness was in her and in her daughters, neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy. And they were haughty, and committed abomination before me: therefore I took them away as I saw good.”

    And the “pride” parades about homosexuality are more of the same.

    Matthew 19:4-5 “And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?”

    Not father and father. Not mother and mother. Not his husband.

    And only two people of opposite gender can become “one flesh”.

    Live forever, people – not temporarily only to be cast out for living for the things of this world.

    May God/Jesus Christ be glorified!

  • getreal5

    deviant corn chips.

  • WGB

    That is ridiculous and unnecessary.

  • WGB

    They’re welcome to their opinion/actions (free will), but that doesn’t change God’s mind.

    • Rebecca

      Exactly!!!

    • batcountry2

      Which god?

      • WGB

        The One True God. Google Him: Isaiah 44:6 “This is what the LORD says…

        • batcountry2

          The Flying Spaghetti Monster?

          • WGB

            Seek help ?

          • batcountry2

            Blessed are the noodley believers,
            For theirs is the tomatoey dominion.

  • Cheryl Elsberry

    To me, all this public “we accept homosexuality” stuff is the same as shouting from the mountain tops “we accept sadomasochism!” or “we fully condone sodomy !” . It all has to do with SEX. I still believe sex is between you, your other, and GOD. I drive school bus and am still reminding students that it is inappropriate to openly talk about their sex escapades on the bus. This whole homosexual-out-of-the-closet stuff has become sickly and gross. Homosexuals are the only acclaimed minority that is bringing ridicule on themselves by trying to push their sexual preferences on everyone. Yes, I believe it is sin. Its the same as gossip, murder, or adultery. Could you imagine some people publicly shouting, “I am all for adultery! Do it if you like, Adultery is right if you like to do it! Same with the rest of sins we could list. I also strongly believe, every born child in this world has a biological father and mother, and for the rest of their lives will crave the attention from a dad and mom. To allow gays to adopt children is depriving a child of the most natural right. No, a female “butch ” will not do for a dad and an effeminate man can not replace a mother.

    • Rebecca

      The children they adopt are unfortunately brought up so it seems to the children as if it’s normal, until they start to see most don’t live that way. The children are at a disadvantage in these situations. They are kind of indoctrinated at the start, given this is the only way they grew up. It’s sad really.
      Look at Rosie O’Donnel’s “daughter” Chelsea, she has emotional and mental issues now. Some will say, well she inherited those, but until the issues showed up, she was all my child…..please. They can’t claim a child is theirs, but if an issue arises, because the child really isn’t theirs, then they make excuses about the issues. Some kids are better able to handle stuff like this, but some struggle.
      Many older children who are adults now are beginning to speak up about the cons of these situations.

    • batcountry2

      Funny how actual studies into the matter say otherwise.

  • Becky

    Just more junk chemical ingredients in their product that was never meant for human consumption.

  • Rev Donald Spitz

    Homosexuality should be criminalized. Homosexuality is a crime
    against God and against the Holy Bible. After reading this story I know why God
    wrote:

    Leviticus 20:13 If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of
    them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their
    blood shall be upon them.

    Romans 1:24
    Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own
    hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: :26 For this cause God
    gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural
    use into that which is against nature: :27 And likewise also the men, leaving
    the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with
    men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence
    of their error which was meet.

    • Rebecca

      I don’t support the lgbtxyz community, but if you want to “criminalize” homosexuality, then you need to criminalize adultery too. Both are wrong.

  • Tony

    Beware The may give you HIV.. Welcome to Sodom And Gomorrah sorry i mean America .. it is the the same thing ?? I think it is. Companies Not to support KFC karan f***ing Chickens. I the bowed down to Iscum … and Pepihomo ( enough said).. I am sure there are more Iscumo-Phagots comanies out there that have not came out whos A$$ the are kissing.._ I am about Ready to defect to Russia or China. The USA the country the only lasted 232 yrs. The last American president was George W Bush. The great American president was Ronald Reagan.

  • crusader51

    I would call on every pastor reading this to encourage a boycott of all companies promoting the gay lifestyle. Less that 3% of the population is gay and around 70% are Christian…use the power of the pocketbook to change things!

  • Croquet_Player

    This is a wonderful gesture by a corporation to support a charity dedicated to preventing teen suicides in the LBGT community. Often gay teens are bullied, ostracized, and rejected by their own families. While some teens can overcome this horrible treatment, far too many succumb to suicide. Hard to believe some people are against an effort to combat teen suicides, in any community, but there it is.

  • Cosmic Mastermind

    I was somewhat more shocked by the new Doritos flavored Mountain Dew.