Maverick Couch sports a T-shirt at school that Jesus is not a homophobe.
Was this T-shirt, the scenario, and secondary legal action scripted by Lambda?
Just as with the Jessica Ahlquist lawsuit, the whole thing has that familiar sniff of child exploitation.
Disney taught us how to create child stars. They are corporate constructs, carefully managed until they turn into Hannah Montana and Justin Bieber and we no longer have any use for them. Activists, are now using the same model. Nobody gives a damn about a sixty year old gay man wearing a T-shirt proclaiming that Jesus doesn't give a rip about the human condition.
The Cross reminds me of why He came.
I cannot speak for Jesus. But He never stated that He was anything other than the Son of God. Not a community activist. Not a women's advocate. Not a gay advocate. He stated one thing. His message stayed on one track.
Heard of NAMBLA? The organization promotes sexual relationships between men and boys. The members seek to decriminalize their activities. In legal terms, they engage in statutory rape of minors. They want it to be legal to pull a "Sandusky" with your child.
Maverick Couch is a minor male. He is a self-aware gay male, not even yet old enough to vote or drink alcohol. But he's got a fifteen dollar T-shirt. And Lambda has the message on their site.
I cannot speak for Jesus. But I can speak as a parent. Maverick is just the latest manipulated avatar for the powerful gay rights lobby which is not content to live and let live. We must bow to their agenda. We must throw them garlands of flowers. We must discard our personal conviction. We bow to the message on a T-shirt. Graphic as truth.
I refuse to swallow the script. I refuse to feel sorry for an exploited child.