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September 26, 2007

Blasphemous Ad For San Francisco's Folsom Street Fair

Check out the ad for San Franfreakshow's Folsom Street Fair:

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The fair describes itself as "the world's largest leather event." The city supports it by shutting down several city blocks and providing security. It is financed in part by the same South African–owned Miller Beer that has also supported illegal alien rallies.

Matt Barber of CWA comments:

"Gay" activists disingenuously call Christians "haters" and "homophobes" for honoring the Bible, but then lash out in this hateful manner toward the very people they accuse.
In their version of The Last Supper, Christ, Who gave His life for our sins, is despicably replaced by sin itself as the object of worship.

Barber calls upon California's lefty pols to condemn the ad, and:

We further challenge the media to cover this affront to Christianity with the same vigor as recent stories about cartoon depictions of Mohammed and other items offensive to the Muslim community.

Unfortunately, Christians would have to fly a few planes into buildings full of people before that will ever happen. The media only sides with the bad guys.

On a tip from Cheetah.

Posted by Van Helsing at September 26, 2007 7:02 AM

Comments

Let's suppose a Christian group recreated the scene of Matthew Shepard's death, only they dressed the model representing him in drag and put a festive party hat on him.

I am sure gays would never take offense at that. I mean, it's just taking artistic liberties with a historical image. Certainly, no one would interpret it as hatred or antagonism. Right?

Posted by: V the K at September 26, 2007 8:00 AM

This is the same city that refused to allow the Marines to film their silent drill team.

Posted by: marcus at September 26, 2007 8:22 AM

So disgusting.

Posted by: Adam at September 26, 2007 9:04 AM

heaven forbid we should ever call them the other "f" word...

Posted by: nanc at September 26, 2007 9:19 AM

Everyone needs to look at the sponsors of this picture and boycott them. Being that the first is miller lite beer that won't be a problem with me I can't stand that beer anyway.

This is disgusting and we are allowing the gay community to take over in this area of the country.

Posted by: Kerry at September 26, 2007 10:32 AM

I would not be a bit surprised if the next big earthquake to hit San Fran will be during this atrocity. I hope so anyway. No more Miller products for me. Hello Budweiser.

Posted by: Rick at September 26, 2007 10:38 AM

Oh, please, you drama queens. Put the smelling salts away.

And you, Kerry. How are you "loving the sinner" by hoping for an earthquake? Jeez.

Listen. Parodying the Last Supper (the painting) has been commonplace in pop culture FOR YEARS. If you're only outraged when gays do it, then that shows where your bias is.

Here's a whole slew of parodies:

http://slog.thestranger.com/2007/09/other_last_suppers_wheres_the_outrage

Posted by: Andrew at September 26, 2007 6:40 PM

Went to the link. Had not seen these parodies before and since I don't live in a cave and do read extensively, this tells me that the gay parody is receiving far more publicity than the others. That's what raises a flag and makes one go hmmmm. Besides which, the parodies presented by the sitcom, Mickey Ds, legos, super models etc. are examples of trash tv, fake food shops and other trivial meaningless forums/people in life that I've not visited or patronized for years. Most conservatives waved bub-bye to that crapola long ago, hence their dismay when sacriligeous idiocy swings by in a more publicized way. And please, don't compare legos to dildos. Not even close.

Sure hope LA and Frisco don't get creamed by a quake. Beautiful land. I'll let the Lord handle that crew.

Posted by: fellowes at September 26, 2007 10:27 PM

Fellowes... Most conservatives "waved bub-bye" to trash TV and fast food long ago?

Geez, not where I come from (the South), where my conservative relatives all weigh 300 pounds from slopping at the fast food trough and watching Fox News on their fat asses all night. Which is part of why I left (the South). In my experience, it's liberals who have better things to do with their time.

Also, the fact that you haven't seen or heard of these other Last Suppers should clue you in to a reason you're hearing about this one. i.e. Concerned Women of America found a weapon they can use against "the gays" and so they're forcing it out there into the media. It's not the Folsom Street people who are shoving their little piece of artwork into Christians' faces. It's other Christians.

Posted by: Andrew at September 27, 2007 2:04 PM

Well then...thanks to the Concerned Women of America for bringing this to light. You go ladies.

I've lived in the South most of my life (when I wasn't residing In Arizona, Santa Fe, NM and Denver, CO). Most Southerners are not true conservatives in my opinion. Many people adopt whatever is convenient for the moment according to what culture they were born under and will change on a whim regardless (same with liberals), because they've rarely thought deeply over the issues and they'd rather have full bellies and not be bothered. BTW, I'm a 119 lb. middle-aged woman who never touches fried food and who rarely watches tv (because as a conservative I too have better things to do).

Posted by: fellowes at September 27, 2007 10:25 PM

Liberal or not, how in the "f" is this artistic? it's disgusting and it is sending our nation into a downward spiral. THose who agree with this are the same ones who want to the pledge out of our schools and so forth (damn liberals) WHat ever happened to morals and family values? How will our children perceive this? Are we supposed to sit back and have this shoved down our throat? (no pun intended gays). Are we supposed to accept this outrageous display of sin? I think not!! Come on America, WAKE UP!! Think about our children and their future. it's NOT acceptable and one day, these gays AND supporters will have to answer for their actions...GOD help. i think im ready for a Coors Light! BTW, I am from the south and i have plenty to do with time and it doesn't consist of taking photos with a table full of dildos and strap-ons!!! GET REAL AMERICA

Posted by: Jill at September 28, 2007 7:21 AM


I will repeat, Jill: Nobody is "shoving this down your throat" except for the sputtering lunatics at Concerned Women for America.

Otherwise, this ad would have been quitely printed in BDSM publications in San Francisco, and you would have never seen it.

Posted by: Andrew at September 28, 2007 7:50 AM

Jill wrote:

"BTW, I am from the south and i have plenty to do with time and it doesn't consist of taking photos with a table full of dildos and strap-ons!!!"

ROFLMAO! Amen to that, sister.

Yes Andrew, you're correct about the extent of the publicity, but that's beside the point. This sort of tripe should be exposed whenever it presents itself. We want to see the REAL "gay" America for what it is: a decadent, narcissistic deathstyle. Why should this only show up on the coffeetables of Frisco? I'd love to see the interior of a gay bathhouse when it's in full swing. Then we can all vomit together. Bring it on!

Posted by: fellowes at September 28, 2007 9:08 AM

Jill wrote:

"...i have plenty to do with time and it doesn't consist of taking photos with a table full of dildos and strap-ons!!!"

ROFLMAO! Amen to that, sister.

Yes Andrew, you're correct about the extent of the publicity, but that's beside the point. This sort of tripe should be exposed whenever it presents itself. We want to see the REAL "gay" America for what it is: a decadent, narcissistic deathstyle. Why should this only show up on the coffeetables of Frisco? I'd love to see the interior of a gay bathhouse when it's in full swing. Then we can all vomit together. Bring it on!

Posted by: fellowes at September 28, 2007 9:50 AM

I thought the gay color scheme was rainbow? Was that not 'patriotic' enough? Better yet, let's advertise gay slogans in red, white, and blue (in the shape of a flag)...Tell me, is this what our troops are fighting for? What a disgrace. And what's with the dildos on the table? Do we really want to know what size and color gays prefer?

Posted by: American at September 28, 2007 12:29 PM

How dare you define this as somehow the "real gay America"??!

This is no more the "real gay America" than Mardi Gras is the "real straight America."

Come visit me ant MY house and see what MY real gay America is. This Sunday, while this fest is going on, I will be: 1) going to church with my sister, 2) having bagels and coffee at my friend's house afterward, 3) probably going to a museum in the afternoon, 4) making dinner, and 5) working on a sewing project. That's the "real gay America" JUST AS MUCH AS THE FEST IS.

FURTHERMORE, for the last time, this is NOT a "gay" event. It's a BDSM event for fetishists of all sexual persuasions. Organizers estimate participation to be about 40 percent straight, 60 percent gay. So, if this is "real gay America," honey, then it's "real straight America" too.

Posted by: Andrew at September 28, 2007 2:38 PM

Haa Haaa Haaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Ever been to a gay bondage bar?

How many straight bondage bars are there?

How many of those men in that picture are straight?

Your version of gay America is insulated. In every town that I have lived in I have spent a great deal of time in the gay districts. The Village, Santa Monica Blvd, Hillcrest, etc...

Dont take the exception to the rule and hold it up to be the standard and then criticize someone else for misrepresenting gays.

Bondage does not represent all gays, but it is a popular gay lifestyle and has a prominent role in its culture.

Anyways, there's nothing wrong with being gay or having weird sexual appetites. It’s a matter of taste.

People have different tastes and criticize other people for having bad taste. HEY, GAYS CRITICIZE STRAIGHTS TOO.

It’s a two-way street honey.

Posted by: Freedom Now at September 28, 2007 4:46 PM

Freedom Now, you idiot, there is no "rule" and there is no "exception." I'm not saying I'm the rule. Jeez. I'm saying the Folsom people aren't the rule either, which is something the Christianists don't want to hear, because they WANT to believe we're all "weird" and "perverted." I don't think there's anything wrong with fetishists either, but it's totally wrong to call them the "real gay America."

Posted by: Andrew at September 28, 2007 8:08 PM

Who says they are the rule?

Bondage Chaps are hugely popular among real gay men. Hell, bondage is really popular in real gay culture.

Its all really gay!!!!!!!!!!

Why are you so upset that bondage is really popular in real gay America?

This site slams Elton John over his kiddie porno troubles but that doesnt mean that every gay person likes kiddie porn.

You'd be more effective if you argued the issues instead of seizing upon silly semantics.

Posted by: Freedom Now at September 29, 2007 4:21 AM

I used to say that excess wasn't nearly enough but this is simply wrong. Judgment Day will prove it.

Posted by: Rock Nurse at October 2, 2007 6:11 PM

yes.There *are* BDSM clubs that cater to straight people. It's enormously popular in Los Angeles. I oughta know: my wife and I attend BDSM events in the LA area. This Halloween, there will be TWO large fetish events in Halloween which will draw a primarily heterosexual audience.

If you all would just mind your own business for once, you'll realize there is NO crisis going on. Your drama queen ways just cause more trouble than would normally happen.

Posted by: gene at October 7, 2007 10:51 PM

i clicked on that article, rather randomly, and lo and behold i know that sister in the front! she was one to volunteer with the aids foundation and project open hand to help cook thanksgiving dinners at a church in san francisco. go figure. so i guess it is a holy banquet of sorts.

Posted by: Silver Lining at December 12, 2007 8:15 PM