Watch This Fabulous Voguer Slay Away Feminist-Bashing Anti-LGBTQ Hate Group

Watch This Fabulous Voguer Slay Away Feminist-Bashing Anti-LGBTQ Hate Group

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Oh, joy. Another anti-LGBTQ hate group spewing garbage in the guise of “Christian fundamentals.” It’s rather tired — almost as tired as the fact most of them are probably in some sort of toxic masculinity-driven, self-hating denial.

This week, the University of California Riverside fell victim to a herd of misogynistic bigots. But, keeping in true queer fabulousness, an even larger group epically clapped back.

Facebook user Alyssa Elizabeth took video showing bystanders disputing the awful claims made by several of the religious protesters. The “religious folk” hold signs stating “Homo sex is sin” and “Hell is horrible — No warning is too strong.”

The main antagonist of the video gives us all a long lesson in feminism because men obviously understand it best. He silences the women speaking at several points to further explain himself. He goes on to blame women for dressing in “immodest clothing” which will, according to him, lead to their rape.

In Elizabeth’s Facebook post, she also says “one of them told a girl that she will (and deserves to) be raped and that when it happens, he will fund her rapist’s defense fund.” He closes the clip out by concluding that feminism promotes pedophilia. Yup, you heard that right.

The true beauty of the video — and the main reason it’s worth watching — is right in the beginning. Deonté Lee strikes some fierce-ass dance moves right in front of the ranting protesters. His flawless antics are then matched by what looks like an elderly man fake-stabbing himself to death. Cute.

What would you tell this mansplaining “preacher” if you had the chance? Would you join in on the dancing? Do you have any stories of dealing with an anti-LGBTQ hate group? Let us know in the comment section below!

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