I’m going to add my two cents to this debate. Because it highlights a very important issue concerning discrimination. How Perez Hilton get a job of judging beautiful women? He is a poster child for everything that is wrong with people that choose to be gay. I don’t think it is a stretch to say he hates women. He truly is a disgusting individual. But typical of gay activists, they try to cram their lifestyle down everyone else’s throat. His hatred of women was on display for the world to see. A more unjust situation could not exist for Carrie Prejean. Perez’s hateful discrimination and bigotry ended her Miss USA bid. You could tell it was personal envy on his part. At the very least it was completely unprofessional. I would call it a bad case of vagina envy. He wants one but obviously will never have one.
This controversy highlights a more disturbing tactic employed by the left. Discriminating against anyone that does not see things they way they do. Liberal fascists trying to cram their view of the world down everyone eles’s throat. No one told Perez he can’t be a mixed up sicko faggot. If he wants to live his life that way it is his bad choice. But we don’t have to like or approve of it. That is what free will is all about. The problem gay activists is that they want the government to give them a stamp of approval and then force everyone else to acknowledge their ‘sexual preference.’
As for the beautiful Carrie Prejean, I think she handled the situation with all the class and poise that could be hoped for, considering that the bigoted jerk just ruined her dream. As she witnessed, “God was testing her faith.” I think she did just fine and God will bless her for bearing witness to the truth. Boys have a penis and girls have a vagina. There are good reasons for that. Even the beasts of the field have figured that out but apparently Perez Hilton has not.
‘And you know what, in my country, in my family, I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman.
‘No offence to anybody out there, but that’s how I was raised and that’s how I think it should be – between a man and a woman. Thank you very much.’ -Carrie Prejean