Taylor Swift Music Video Takes Shots at People Who Oppose LGBTQ Lifestyle
The rainbow-clad music video for Taylor Swiftâ€™s latest single, â€śYou Need to Calm Down,â€ť is an ode to the LGBTQ community and takes a few jabs at those who disagree with the lifestyle.
Swift hinted the song would serve as something of an anthem for the LGBTQ community when the single first dropped Thursday. At the time, the 29-year-old singer changed her Twitter bio to, â€śSupport the Equality Act.â€ť
If passed, the bill would undo much of the Trump administrationâ€™s effort to protect employers who, among other things, object to covering abortion services on religious grounds. It could also endanger business owners like baker Jack Phillips, who has faced legal scrutiny over his refusal to bake a cake decorated in a way that violates his personal convictions....
A queer is an abomination to God, always has been, always will be. Being queer is not a resume enhancement to present to God on the day that He judges you for your sins, if left in an unrepentant state, it is a ticket to hell. Having convinced yourselves that normal people are scared of you thereby brining something that resembles "comfort", you cannot see that it is the queer who is Christo-phobic, scared to death that he will actually have to answer for all his sins before the Holy God he now hates and mocks. That day is coming-------soon!