Gay Activists Wore Purple Glitter Crosses to Exploit Ash Wednesday

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Gay Activists Wore Purple Glitter Crosses to Exploit Ash Wednesday

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Gay activists can’t even commemorate Ash Wednesday without drawing attention to themselves. That is why many accessed ashes mixed with purple glitter yesterday; approximately 150 participating clergy in several cities across the country took part in “Glitter+Ash Wednesday.” A New York City homosexual outfit, Parity, promoted this stunt nationwide.

Liz Edman, a lesbian Episcopalian priest in New Jersey, started this¬†exploitative event last year. Reportedly, her goal was to “come out” as queer, though it is not clear who among her friends and followers thought she was heterosexual. It was her girlfriend who suggested the purple glitter idea. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE.


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