More B For Bigot Than T For Tolerance! 'Christian' Girl Anti-Gay Rap 'Don’t Bake In Lake Of Fire For Love Sake'

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Mar. 6 2013, Published 5:05 p.m. ET

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A shocking anti-gay video on the internet by a self-proclaimed Christian teen girl preaching against homosexuality is gaining traction as the United States Supreme Court gets ready to hear arguments about gay marriage at the end of the month.

Titled “Rated T for Tolerance,” a girl stands in the woods and “raps” a song with an anti-gay message and has the hate-filled video.

“Don’t propagate your hate, because I have a higher standard on who you date,” the spoken word song begins (although with propagate mispronounced, along with propaganda said wrong later in the video).

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“I’m not here to rally against that which the government legislates, I simply don’t support a mind that is reprobate. Homosexuality is not innate. It is not a genetic trait. It cannot replicate the love between a man and a woman in which God did indeed create.”

The two-minute video references religion as she says: “Now I can’t dictate one’s life and who they call a soul mate I simply don’t want them to bake in a lake of fire for the name of love sake.”


Trying to justify the position that it isn’t a hateful message but a medical concern, the girl raps: “This is not to discriminate, but to demonstrate that same sex relations devastate the health of many.”

And finally, the girl says that homosexuality isn’t a choice.

“Despite your opinion, it’s always a choice with whom you fornicate.”

T is for Tolerance sounds more like B is for bigot!

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