Lauren Southern set up a table in Luton, England with a sign and leaflets announcing Allah was a gay God. She did this because Vice put out an article making the case that Jesus was gay.
No riots, no banning or boycotts, no marches, and certainly no Charlie Hebdo-like murders took place down at the Vice offices. This gave Lauren the idea to try it out with Islam and set up her table.
The police intervened and said it was offensive and shut her down because they feared “people” might get violent.
First of all, if you put up a booth that said homosexuality was a sin, they’d shut that down for being offensive. Meanwhile, if you say Allah is a gay God they shut you down for being offensive.
So which is it? How could saying God is gay be offensive, while simultaneously warning people that saying anything disparaging about gays is offensive?
Being so offended that your God was called gay that the police fear you may get violent is kind of a condemnation of gays, no?