Yesterday I responded to this ridiculous article at Life Site in North America. It claimed that a meningococcal outbreak in Australia's northern territory was a disease spread by gays. I posted about it in the last post before this one, but also made a statement in the comments under the article. I pointed the obvious that meningicoccal wasn't a gay disease but a human one, relating the experience of gays being blamed for HIV in the early days, and that to label another disease a gay disease is as ridiculous now as it was back then.
So I got another notification of a couple of replies so I went back to the comments to look. My whole post had been deleted and I'd been banned from the site. These are the people saying gays are a threat to freedom of speech. The only threat to said freedom of speech is them trying to conform everything to their religious world view and shutting out any diverse views.
Oh well, I've never been banned from a site before after many years online. It's a rather unique experience. I must have really set the cat among the pigeons! What a bunch of snowflakes :)
BTW, this is there Twitter account. https://twitter.com/LifeSite
I see I'm not blocked.....hmmmmmm.....
Far out, 50k followers and only 38 likes? WTF?
@LifeSite You deleted my comments on this post of yours https://t.co/VLn0Fgh6NC— Peter Hiv (@HivPeter) December 14, 2017
You also banned me from the site.
You're the ones banging on about freedom of speech but you're only interested in silencing us. Bunch of snowflakes. pic.twitter.com/WHk6cBrK4t