Oh. K. Um. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too? https://t.co/meg8m69FeF
— Ellen Page (@EllenPage) February 8, 2019
Could we get into the specifics of Pratt’s church and what it teaches? Sure. But I don’t want that to be my focus here. Fact is, Christianity as a whole is very clear on its stance on homosexuality: the act of two ladies or two men getting amorous is frowned upon. As it’s a sin. Catholicism, being under the Christianity umbrella, of which Stephen Colbert is a member, is also “anti-LGBT.” Yet Page didn’t feel compelled to dress down Colbert for his Church’s beliefs.
Here’s my real beef: where does Ellen Page get off shaming someone else for their beliefs? What Page just did was specifically target someone for their personal values. So how is Page not an Anti-Christian bigot? Trick question.
Abrupt narrative shift alert: Fair is fair, Ellen Page. If you want to criticize Chris Pratt for what he and his church believes, then we can shame you for your beliefs. Plot twist, bitch. If you think anyone who disagrees with your lifestyle is somehow deserving of your ire, then why can’t we turn the judgment mirror back on you?
So let me say it: You, Ellen Page, are an Anti-Christian bigot. Furthermore, you’re a meanspirited bully who thinks anyone who doesn’t believe just as you do should be publicly shamed. Why else quote tweet Chris Pratt who shared an inspiring message about sharing light and hope? Who made you the lesbian goddess of justice? Chris Pratt didn’t harm you, he said nothing about you. Yet your statement of and about him demonstrates that you’re close-minded. Exclusionary. You are everything you pretend to fight, and you should be ashamed of yourself.