“It Gets Better” is a campaign founded by the militantly anti-Catholic sex columnist Dan Savage aimed at encouraging teens to pursue gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender lifestyles.
See the video (warning: some of you will find this deeply offensive):
As you can see, among other things, the video portrays God saying “I know many of thy so-called holy men say that homosexuality is a sin against me, well I, the creator … am here to tell you those wack peeps be naught but straight up haters.”
So Simon & Schuster is happy to vilify every single Christian pastor who preaches God’s truth about sexuality and human dignity as it is revealed in Holy Scripture. That’s some marketing campaign.
I was the first person to dislike the video (it had already received 103 likes when I viewed it). Please join me in disliking the video and emailing Simon & Schuster to demand they pull the video and explain precisely why they feel it’s okay to mock God and all Christians who follow His Word in the bible. I doubt they would create a cartoon like this mocking Allah. Is Simon & Schuster really intent on mocking and insulting Christian customers?
UPDATE — I want to make clear, this is not an instance of just needing to “have a sense of humor.” I like comedy and parody as much as the next guy. But this isn’t comedy. It’s propaganda designed to mock Christians under the guise of humor. I’m not laughing.