Do You Support the 'Dont Say Gay' Bill?

Tennessee Senator Stacey Campfield's proposed "Don't Say Gay" law continues to divide residents -- but one local restaurateur made her views on the legislation resoundingly clear this weekend.

As Metropulse and Towleroad are reporting, Martha Boggs, the owner of Knoxville's The Bistro at the Bijou, asked Campfield to leave after he tried to dine at her establishment.

Do You Support the 'Dont Say Gay' Bill?AP

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No, I do not support the "Don't say Gay" bill.  It is bigoted and hateful, pure and simple.

What an incredibly ignorant and bigoted bill. Are people realy stupid enough to believe that if they do crap like this gay people will just go away? Cause that ain't gonna happen. As long as there have been human beings, there have been gays and lesbians. They're born that way, deal with it. Besides, why is it anybody's business but theirs? And I'm still waiting for a sane, logical answer to what the hell it is homophobes are so scared of?

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

What is up with these people? I'm in 6th grade and I'm gay. Yes, I know what gay is *looks at people with mock horror*

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