GLAAD has launched a Twitter campaign to support Carrie Underwood as she faces revolt from anti-gay Christian country music (ex?) fans. Details follow.
Not everyone is applauding Carrie Underwood for coming out in unwavering support of same-sex marriage; pockets of bigoted Bible-interpreters who once considered themselves fans are adding the singer to their hate list.
Some have taken to the media to voice their anger over Carrie's Christian practice of love and tolerance, while many others have attacked the star on Twitter:
"I warned @carrieunderwood fans that their idol was going to get backlash for her support of marriage perversion and I was right! #asusual"
"@carrieunderwood Is a disgrace. Being vegan and supporting gay marriage doesn't seem very country at all."
"Another day, and a another "gospel" artist signed to "EMI" comes out supporting gay marriage.@carrieunderwood Unequally signed to the devil"
To show Carrie that most folks back her endorsement of civil rights and equality, GLAAD has launched a Twitter hashtag directed at the country star.