Sealed with a kiss – Two “gay” Zulus are pronounced “Mr and Mr”!

Click on the following link to see a video of a so-called “gay wedding” between two Zulu men.

The behaviour of the “guests” and the “grooms” is indecent and shameful, but we believe people need to see this abnormal spectacle, because, real, Biblical marriage is under threat from those who would redefine marriage and make it meaningless, and this Zulu “wedding” shows clearly just what will be permitted in the UK and USA if “gay” marriage is legally recognised.

Listen to one of the “grooms” as he cleverly links being “gay” with being black, as if one is as natural as the other.

2 thoughts on “Sealed with a kiss – Two “gay” Zulus are pronounced “Mr and Mr”!

  1. You have clearly misunderstood nearly everything in that video.

    What you see as “indecent and shameful” is traditional in that culture (whether the people getting married are same or opposite sex) and his linking being black and gay was not what you think but a reaction to those who say that Africa does not have gay people and that it is a western problem.

    I fail to see how “real biblical marriage” (whatever that is?) is under threat as no one will be stopping those fool enough to believe the bible having their traditional marriages – and I hope that others will show some respect and not call their traditional trappings “obscene and shameful” just because it does not fit with their culture.

    As for what will happen in the UK and already happening in the US I would have thought that you would already know that they tend to follow more western traditions in their ceremonies although most, like the rest of society, tend to leave any god nonsense out of it. There are many same sex married couples around the world and yet again you pick one example (which you particularly seem to detest) and try to insinuate that every other gay person is the same. You really are a very hateful person. On this occasion however I would like to thank you for giving us the opportunity not just to see the joy in a marriage of two people, regardless of gender, but to also experience to small degree the diversity which exists around the world in expressing that joy.

    Your whole post is one of disrespect and insensitivity to other peoples culture and is yet again a demonstration of your ignorance, intolerance, prejudice and bigotry.

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