His donation to Prop 8 came to light, thuggish homosexual activists began calling for his scalp, a dating site called OKCupid called for a boycott, and soon Eich was out of a job.Technically, he "stepped down" voluntarily, rather than being outright fired, but we all know how corporations use that as a shield. But the truth is revealed by its page stating its policy supporting homosexual "marriage." It's also revealed in a statement made by Mozilla's new CEO, Mitchell Baker, where she writes: Mozilla prides itself on being held to a different standard and, this past week, we didn’t live up to it. Brendan Eich has chosen to step down from his role as CEO.
Users of Ashley Madison’s “Down Low” site, which caters for “married men seeking other men for casual, no-strings fun”, are among the 37 million account holders whose details – and sexual preferences – have been made public by hackers this week.It’s infuriating and embarrassing to say the least.So it’s refreshing to hear someone so closely connected to the church say something even remotely less homophobic than what we’re used to.And that’s what gospel artist Tye Tribbett is doing…kind of.In the April 2014 issue of Sister 2 Sister magazine, Tribbett spoke about homosexuality and why he believes Christians can reach more people through love rather than hate.“I just think their approach is militant, and I think a lot of times when your sin is not somebody else’s sin, it’s so much easier to condemn. There are several things that come naturally that’s not God’s best. ” “No.” Lying came naturally to them.”Nobody taught that kid how to lie. I’ve been in church all my life and never have I seen, even the topic of premarital sex discussed with the same passion and disgust as homosexuality.