The last line of the old Flintstones cartoon theme song says, “…we’ll have a gay old time.” And increasingly that is the way things are trending in this world for homosexual activists with America being now the latest nation to get on board the same-sex marriage train.
Note – There are presently fifteen countries that recognize such unions: Holland (2001), Belgium (2003), Spain (2005), Canada (2005), South Africa (2006), Norway (2009), Sweden (2009), Portugal (2010), Iceland (2010), Argentina (2010), Denmark (2012), Uruguay (2013), New Zealand (2013), America (2013); with Brazil, Great Britain, and Mexico soon to follow.
But one nation where homosexuals/lesbians won’t be having “a gay old time” is in Russia. There, according to polls, close to 90% of Russians disapprove of that lifestyle. And Moscow has taken notice of this, unanimously passing some of the toughest anti-gay legislation in the industrialized world. Here are some of the bills President Putin has put his signature to:
● Marriage can only be between a man and a woman
● Gay pride parades and all similar events are banned
● Alternative sexual lifestyles can’t be taught in schools
● No literature promoting gayness can be distributed
● No orphans adopted out to same-sex marriage nations
Who ever thought that the former Soviet Union would now be teaching us, the West, about biblical morality!