A Totally Useless "Bigotry Map"
Do you worry a lot about "anti-Christian bigotry"? At the same time, do you find yourself hoping you'd have more targets to direct your own bigotry at? If you said yes to both questions without having an aneurysm, then boy, does the American Family Association have an all-encompassing solution for you. Behold, the "Anti-Christian bigotry map" ... of pro-gay organizations:
The ultimate resource for the self-awareness impaired homophobe.
What kind of hateful monsters is the AFA trying to protect Christians from? Dirty atheists, untrustworthy humanists, evil anti-Christians, and, of course, devil-humping, Christ-defying gays. Just look at the sinister agenda of one of their targets, the Human Rights Campaign, who blatantly state right on their website that the organization "envisions an America where LGBT people are ensured of their basic equal rights, and can be open, honest, and safe at home, at work, and in the community." Sweet fancy fuckballs, we're doomed! I mean, the part about basic equal rights doesn't sound too terrible, but the next part where it says they will ensure those rights by forcing dicks down the throats of all good Christians and then exploding them with rainbow-colored TNT is just uncalled for. (If you didn't see that part, try re-reading the sentence again and again while slowly growing more hateful and myopic until it's all you can see.)
As noble and non-hypocritical as this idea may be, it unfortunately looks like Gay Satan's well-manicured claws have been messing with the website, because the map doesn't work very well. The pin that's supposed to show us the Montana ACLU, for instance, actually depicts this insidious, Christian-hating highway underpass:
"BEGONE DEMON UNDERPASS TO THE 'HERSHEY HIGHWAY'!"