Gay “Couple” to Sue to Force Churches to Host Gay Weddings

Barrie Drewitt-Barlow

This comes from the UK, but sooner or later the same European madness will end up here as well. Obama already demonstrated total contempt for freedom of religion with the mandate. And there is no doubt that worse is coming.

Barrie Drewitt-Barlow, says he and his civil partner Tony will go to court to force churches to host gay weddings. He told the Essex Chronicle that he will take legal action because “I am still not getting what I want”.

I am still not getting what I want is the motto of the gay rights movement.

Mr Drewitt-Barlow said: “The only way forward for us now is to make a challenge in the courts against the church. “It is a shame that we are forced to take Christians into a court to get them to recognise us.”

It’s a shame that Mr. Ridiculous-Name refuses to use a church that actually recognizes his lifestyle and is instead determined to compel churches that don’t to violate their religion.

He added: “It upsets me because I want it so much – a big lavish ceremony, the whole works… As much as people are saying this is a good thing I am still not getting what I want.”

Me, me, me.

The gay couple shot to fame in 1999 when they became the first British same-sex couple to be named on their children’s birth certificates.

They entered a civil partnership in 2006, and Barrie Drewitt-Barlow has reportedly donated around £500,000 to groups lobbying for same-sex marriage.


  • Tyuhb

    They look gay.

  • Persephone Sixty-Six

    You do realize that England has state-sanctioned religion, right?

    Look I don’t what to repeat myself so here’s a video where I pwn Gordon Klingenschmitt on the subject.

  • 187thAHCDoorgunner

    Fact: The opposite of straight is not “gay”. The opposite of straight is warped. Warped is an aberration. Forcing the aberrant on the rest of us in not acceptable. The cause of the common pejoratives applied to these people is as a result of their own actions and the disgust those actions cause. Do I think that people who are “gay” deserve to be dragged behind a pickup truck? No. Can I understand why some people might be inclined to do so? Unfortunately, yes. Sew dissent; be not surprised to reap dissension.