In the last issue of Catalyst, we mentioned a play about gays and the Church, “Avow,” that William Donohue avowed not to see. As it turned out, one review of it said, “The anti-Catholic humor…drew big laughs.” It would, of course, be surprising if it did not: anti-Catholicism is sport among many in the gay community. Moreover, theater critics are incredibly tolerant of this type of bigotry. What this suggests is that diversity means tolerance for anti-Catholicism and none for any other kind of bigotry.
“BIG LAUGHS” FOR BIGOTRY
By Bill|2013-08-08T18:47:28-04:00October 26th, 2000|Categories: Catalyst, Features|Tags: October Issue 2000|Comments Off on “BIG LAUGHS” FOR BIGOTRY
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