Skip to comments.Same-Sex Couple Says They Received Hate-Filled RSVP After Sending Out Wedding Invitations
Posted on 04/18/2016 2:17:21 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A same-sex couple from Ohio says they received a hate-filled RSVP after sending out invitations to their wedding.
Keith and Chad told WOIO that they sent out wedding invitations to friends and people they thought were their friends.
About a month before their wedding, they say they received a hateful letter in the mail.
Hello Keith Alan and Chad Michael
Just wanted to let you both know, you have sent an invitation to the wrong people.
You thought we supported you as a couple, well boys you were so wrong!
Your invitations were forwarded to an anti gay group in Canton Akron area, they will be attending your wedding.
Protesters will be there.
Its not normal for 2 men to marry.
What is wrong with you?
Its a sin!!!!!
Some of your friends are only coming to your so called wedding to help in protest.
Like it or not, this is going to happen. This day is going to be ruined for you.
This is going to be a fun show to watch. You both are going to get what you deserve.
SEE YOU AT THE ANTI-GAY SHOW!!
The couple told WOIO that the letter was typed and unsigned. The envelope had no return address on it.
I guess we thought we knew the people that were coming and we didnt know that well, Keith said.
The couple says they wont let the letter ruin their wedding.
Never even crossed my mind I never even thought about canceling and quite frankly, other than our initial shock of the letter this made us both want to do it more, Keith said.
This letter we received yesterday is more of a reason to move forward with it. Love will win in the end, thats what it comes down to, Chad said.
The couple told WOIO that their wedding is on private land, so protesters will not be able to get in.
After news of the hateful letter spread, a local church decided to host a card shower for the couple.
Letters of support can be sent to:
Quite possibly ... it’s not too far a step from “closet queen” to “drama queen” ...
Westboro Baptist Church?
Hoax is my bet. Anyone want to wager otherwise?
Homosexuals seeking attention. Sorry, guys. It’s been done before. You’re not breaking any new ground.
These guys wrote that message and are making it public to try and gain sympathy. Sadly there are plenty of guilty white liberals out there who will fall for as this being real.
of course it’s a hoax. Every story like this is a hoax.
I wouldn’t attend one anyway, then again I have left any homosexuals know I don’t go along with them being married and then again I have no friends which are homosexuals .
At second consideration, I’d say drama queens looking for attention.
Hey it could be a good money maker for them!
Hoax or not, normal (sane) people need to unequivocally reject this sort of perversion. There’s nothing good, decent, or loving about a sodomitic relationship.
The use of the words “anti-gay group” screams “this is a hoax!”
Is there a master list of all the incidents that later turned out to be hoaxes?
Yep, it reeks of “Hoax” by a couple of mincing Nancies that are starved for attention and seeking validation.
They wanted their “wedding” to be a big media event and fabricated the whole thing.
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