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‘Christian’ family takes homophobia on the road to protest same-sex marriage

‘Christian’ family takes homophobia on the road to protest same-sex marriage

MERIDIAN, Idaho — An Idaho couple says they’re taking a stand against same-sex marriage and the “homosexual extremist movement,” because homosexuality “spreads like a cancer.”

Justin and Melanie Sease of Meridian, Idaho stayed far away from the celebrations this week when same-sex couples began marrying in their home state, but are nevertheless taking a stand, reports KBOI-TV.

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The family has stamped statements that read “God isn’t dead,” “Just say no to same-sex marriage,” and “Homosexuality is a sin” among other things on their car windows.

They say they “live by the word of God, inside and out,” and their public homophobia is their “little way of protesting the homosexual extremist movement.”

“We can never accept public homosexuality,” Justin Sease said. “It’s wrong, and it’s wrong in God’s eyes first. He’s very clear in the Bible. The Bible says that when homosexuality is publicly accepted, basically it spreads like a cancer.”

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