Things are getting out of hand when church members gang up on a young gay boy and try to evict the homosexual demon they insist has taken up residence.
Has anyone ever wondered if demons have any sexual orientations or if they even have sex. I will admit I have never given it a thought. But have you seen the video making the rounds online that shows members of a church group doing an exorcism of a young gay boy about 16 years old? He looks as if he is having a seizure while they try to holler the gay out of him.” Come out of his belly….it’s in his belly.” “Right now…I command you to leave.” “Rip it from his throat…you homosexual demon.” “C’mon you homosexual demon! We want a clean spirit.” The semi conscious boy is held up and vomits in a bag. Gospel music is playing. I don’t think they ever evicted the demon. I didn’t see him flying out.
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Originally the church members posted the video on line but it must have been an embarrassment to them when they actually saw it online, or maybe they didn’t expect the communities reaction so it has been taken down. You can still find parts of it on Google search. Many people have been outraged. Some are calling it abuse of the young boy and are calling for an investigation. “Apostle” Patricia McKinney, said “We have nothing against homosexuals, we just don’t like their lifestyle.” To me, it sounds like they need to connect the dots and don’t even have a pencil.
They seem so terrified of their homosexual demon, I wonder what he or she looks like. Does he sashay around in those tiny little tight swim trunks, or does she come spinning in on one of those big black motorcycles in black leather? We need to know so we can watch out for him or her. We don’t want the homosexual demon to steal into us and have to be hollered out by a bunch of backward bigots.
Seriously, I don’t mean to make light of this incident. We are what we are and we have to accept ourselves and act on that to the best of our ability. The same applies to our family, friends, and neighbors. We must be open minded enough to learn about life outside our own experiences and understand we are not, “the know all, be all.”