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Christian Extremist’s Head Nearly Explodes In Epic Post Marriage Equality Video Meltdown

Disgusting Video "Not Alone" Painting Bigots As Victims is not the first organization to produce a campaign advert arguing against same-sex marriage.
However, it may be the first to appropriate the experiences of LGBT people and manipulate them to present opponents of gay marriage as a suppressed and persecuted minority.
In the two and a half minute, B&W film – entitled ‘Not Alone’ – six individuals cautiously face the camera to talk about their views.
‘I am a little bit nervous about people kinda hearing that I am this way and thinking, you know, she’s not welcome here,’ begins one contributor.
‘Most people already think I’m weird anyway, so I don’t think society’s impression of me is going to change drastically based on one or two discoveries after this video,’ says another.

‘I’ve tried to change this before but it’s too important to me,’ says another.
So far, one would assume that it’s going to proceed like an ‘It Gets Better’ film, and the contributors are about to reveal that they’re gay.
But no! They’re ‘different’ because they believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman only.
‘We don’t need to be ashamed about how we feel about things, so just be you.’
‘I know a lot of people who are gay. I have friends who are gay. I don’t fear them, you know. They’re wonderful people. I love them,’ another man assures the camera.
‘Bigoted is a big word that gets thrown about. It’s just not true,’ he says.
‘You cannot have a society of hatred or society of bigotry,’ reasons another, asking for tolerance towards his viewpoint.
‘The best way to break down all these barriers is to get to know people one on one,’ says one woman, breaking down into tears. ‘You’re not alone.’
Based in Chicago, CatholicVote describes itself as an organization ‘to educate and inspire Americans of all faiths to prioritize the issues of life, faith, and family.’ It is promoting the video with the hashtag #SpeakTruthWithLove
Writing in AdWeek, marketing commentator Kristina Monllos describes the style of the advert as a, ‘pretty audacious tactic – disingenuous and disrespectful, to say the least.’
‘You can’t reposition a group as oppressed when there is no movement to oppress them. And you certainly can’t equate being called a bigot for spouting intolerance with anything near what members of the LGBTQ community have experienced for decades.’
GQ simply labeled the film ‘absurd.’ It’s not the only one to thinks so. At the time of writing, the video has had 1,614 likes and 14,852 dislikes on

Someone has already produced a parody response.