Main | Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Nation's First Pro-Gay Plate Issued

And the American Family Association is just ever so pissed about it!
Homosexual activists are celebrating Indiana becoming the first state in the nation to approve a pro-homosexual specialty automotive license plate. The license plate advertises and helps fund a homosexual, bi-sexual, transgender teen recruitment and support center called the Indy Youth Group. $25 of every plate sold goes to the Indy Youth Group. The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles approved the specialty plate after previously expressing concerns about the organization's statewide service. Last year, the ACLU of Indiana sued the BMV over the rejection, but they lost their lawsuit. This is why news of the BMV approval of the controversial plate surprised many.
The head of the Indiana AFA chapter bleats: "You have to question what the BMV was thinking when they approved a license plate for a group which recruits teens into the homosexual lifestyle. Since health risks do not seem to matter, what is to prevent a cigar club from now getting a license plate from the BMV?"

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