There's always something incredibly beautiful and inspiring about hatred being met with peace and love, and Charles. L. Worley, the North Carolina pastor who recently called for the eradication of gays and lesbians through the use of what could easily be termed as concentration camps, was shown on Sunday what love really looks like.
There were no calls for Worley to be harmed or maimed or locked in a pen himself. No, there were simply over a thousand people who showed up to voice their opposition to his particular brand of hatred. They carried signs that read things like, "Hate is not a family value," and "You can't take hatred out of context," and "He who accepts evil without protesting against it, is really cooperating with it."
[Click here for a 4 minute video clip of the protest.]
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