Facebook Removed One Million Mom’s Petition Against Gay Dads On Parents Magazine

Shaun T., Scott Blokker, and their children pose for Parents Magazine / Image via Parents Magazine

Another one bites the dust for One Million Moms.

Last week, the Christian group raised a fuss after it realized that two gay men were on the cover of Parents Magazine. The cover included fitness trainer Shaun T. (of Insanity fame), husband Scott Blokker, and their one-year-old twins Silas and Sander. The inside of the magazine also included an interview with the dads about surrogacy and fatherhood.

After catching wind of this magazine issue, One Million Moms organized a petition to express their outrage at the gay inclusivity.

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“Parents is using its magazine as a platform to promote the pro-homosexual lifestyle. Even if families do not personally subscribe to the publication, they should be warned that it could be displayed in waiting rooms of dentist and doctor offices, where children could easily be subjected to the glorification of same-sex parents,” wrote the group.

Unfortunately, more than 10 thousand people signed that petition to express their disapproval. But fortunately, Faceboook isn’t having it.

According to On The Top Magazine, Facebook has removed the petition from its social media platform. As you can imagine, the organization is not happy.

“Facebook is trying to silence One Million Moms!” Monica Cole, the group's leader, said in an email to supporters. “Social media is a free resource we use to let our voice be heard and share our message, but Facebook is now censoring 1MM and Christian voices.”

“1MM can no longer rely on Facebook and other social media outlets to share our warnings and messages with others,” Cole added.

Cole says that the group has requested an appeal for Facebook’s decision. Hopefully, Facebook doesn’t listen.

h/t: On The Top

4 thoughts on “Facebook Removed One Million Mom’s Petition Against Gay Dads On Parents Magazine”

  1. OK, even though the Supreme

    OK, even though the Supreme Court of the United States and the Supreme Courts of most of the Free World Countries have upheld same sex marriage. A few privileged individuals who think that discrimination is still acceptable, and try to claim an agenda of promoting some conversion to gay life, which shows how much they do not understand about being any of the LBGT+ lifestyles. We do not want special favors. (At least I do not, I just want to be able to live my life with the expectation of equal respect and dignity as the supposedly Heterosexual individuals and couples expect.) But since we are allowed in some places to marry and have children, we are part of the melting pot of American Society, whether or not they like it. We should not be forced back into the mythological closet, where we are the monster waiting for their kids, who venture to ask why they feel as they do and their parents do not. What happens to a young person when there is no role model to show them how to act in their local, state, country or elsewhere. From what I have seen over a half century of observation the retreat of the parent and their expectations of schools/churches to provide this education/guidance, because they do not want to, is why we have so many mass shootings and other dysfunctional events in our societies

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  2. Another Christian group being

    Another Christian group being very unchristian.  Their Jesus would be spinning in his grave if he hadn't resurrected himself after three days or whatever it is they believe in.  I'm pretty sure it says in the bible that women shouldn't tell men what to do, so what are these one million mum's doing flaunting their bible's rules so blatantly?

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