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Gay activists have also smeared the memory of a hero the American Revolution, the Marquis de Lafayette, asserting that he was gay. [http://christiangays.com/articles/famous.shtml]
 
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Homosexuals falsely claim that President James Buchanan was gay [http://christiangays.com/articles/famous.shtml]
  
  

Revision as of 23:28, 12 November 2008

Homosexual Historical Revisionism is the practice by homosexuals of falsely claiming that famous people in the past were gay.

Among the people they have claimed to be gay are Freddie Mercury,[1] John Schlafly,[2] Father Michael Judge (FDNY Chaplain and 9/11 victim)[3], Abraham Lincoln,[4] and J. Edgar Hoover.[5]

British liberals are now making the outlandish claim that Robin Hood was gay.[6]

Gay activists, in their ongoing efforts to smear Christianity, claim that the Apostle Paul, and Saint Augustine were gay.[7] [8]

A minister of the United Methodist Church has even suggested that Jesus Christ might have been homosexual.[9]

In an effort to smear the American tradition of hard work and self reliance, gay activists claim Horatio Alger, the author of books that emphasized any one could make it in America, such as "Ragged Dick," was gay.[10]

In their ongoing efforts to slander the Catholic Church, gay activists have claim that Popes Benedict IX, John XXII, Julius III, Paul VI, Pius XII, and Sixtus IV were all homosexuals. [11]

Gay activists have also smeared the memory of a hero the American Revolution, the Marquis de Lafayette, asserting that he was gay. [12]

Homosexuals falsely claim that President James Buchanan was gay [13]


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