PhotOH! Well, come on, if a**holes can get married...

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Being an asshole is part of my manly essencegay if choice so what, people choose to be assholes, they marry

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Topeka, Kansas house across from the Westboro Baptist Church.

Screen grab from video of Topeka, Kansas house across from the Westboro Baptist Church.

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  • http://twitter.com/whatsamatta_u Paul W

    I think Churches are not against Gay Unions per se, but Marriage is their gig but more importantly, the way the Church inveigles itself a place in the Community. You marry at a Church, you baptize your children at the Church, you attend as a family, build connections to other families, and even commemorate the end of a life. All along your life, through major events, the Church is there, and by its influence, it builds that community.

    Same Sex marriage makes the Church uncomfortable, but also since the Church is not sure about the religality of #LGBTQ, this represents a threat to their hold on the Community. That's what Churches are afraid of.