The Traitorous News & Record
Today’s News & Record front page features a large photo of the Rev. Patrick Wooden with his hand raised in victory over the passage of NC Amendment One.
A prominent North Carolina pastor has sparked an outcry after claiming that gay men “have to wear a diaper” because of “what happens to the male anus” after anal sex.
Pastor Patrick Wooden made the offending statement in a discussion with Americans For Truth About Homosexuality’s (AFTAH) Peter LaBarbera, who organized this week’s protest of the Southern Poverty Law Center after they designated AFTAH as an “anti-gay hate group.”
In another interview he said that many gay men were going to the emergency room to have various objects removed from their anuses, including cell phones, and baseball bats.
Speaking with me on my radio program on Sirius XM OutQ, Wooden, who’s been described by some LGBT critics as having an “obsession” with anal sex, went into great detail about gay sexual activity, discussing “glory holes” and “fisting all way up to the armpit.”
From Right Wing Watch:
He also had strong words for the show Glee, which he claimed is trying to portray homosexuality not as a “wicked, perverse lifestyle that destroys people” but as just “two clean cute little boys holding hands acting like two little effeminates.”
Wooden believes that “Satan has used Tyler Perry’s character Madea” and Martin Lawrence’s character Big Momma to promote “perversion” among African Americans. “Madea is the latest version of RuPaul it is selling perversion and drag to the African American community,” Wooden said, “and I pray that the overwhelming majority, and I see evidence of it, are not buying that perversion.” He ended his diatribe by lamenting that Oprah Winfrey, a frequent target of Peter LaBarbera’s condemnation, is a supporter of gay rights.
For the N&R to use this hateful pervert as the emblem of victory over innocent gay and unmarried couples is traitorous to everyone who values decency and mercy.