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    June 13, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, a top gay rights proponent in Hollywood, is thrilled that her second-grade daughter is learning about homosexuality.

    "Good,now when she's old enough she can join...Cher's daughter Chastity Bono in changing gender from female to become a man "

    In her newsletter GOOP, the Iron Man actress says that when her daughter came home with news about a classmate’s lesbian parents, she was enthusiastic.

    “When my daughter came home from school one day saying that a classmate had two mommies, my response was, ‘Two mommies? How lucky is she?!’” she wrote.

    Paltrow went on to question how Arkansas school board member Clint McCance, who apologized for publishing a death-wish against homosexuals on Facebook, could base his objection to the homosexual lifestyle on the teachings of the Bible.

    “This concept, while foreign to me, is interesting, as it used to justify so much judgement and separation in our society,” wrote Paltrow. “What does it actually say in the bible that will cause some people to be upset by my line of thinking?”

    The post was followed by the opinions of several religious voices favorable to homosexuality, including an Episcopal priest and priestess and a Kabbalah practitioner, who dismissed the Bible’s prohibitions as anachronistic or inconsistent with other teachings.

    One dissenting opinion, by Anglican clergyman John Stott, outlined the prohibitions against homosexuality in the Old and New Testaments and explained, “The negative prohibitions of homosexual practices in Scripture make sense only in the light of its positive teaching in Genesis 1 and 2 about human sexuality and heterosexual marriage.”

    While Paltrow once explained her daughter Apple’s unusual name as a “Biblical” choice, she has rejected any ties to the Judaeo-Christian religious tradition. “I don’t believe in religion. I believe in spirituality. Religion is the cause of all the problems in the world,” she told MSN’s Woman’s Day in March 2010.

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    She named her daughter "Apple", she's obviously a few crayons short of a package.
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    She's just proven once again she's a moron.
    There's no way you can trust her. Her missile is gigantic
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    She named her daughter "Apple", she's obviously a few crayons short of a package.
    Especially since she claimed that she did so as a "Biblical" choice, which means that she has no idea of what the apple meant in the Garden of Eden, or sees her child as either a font of forbidden knowledge, or a temptation to be avoided. Just another example of Stardumb.
    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    June 13, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, a top gay rights proponent in Hollywood, is thrilled that her second-grade daughter is learning about homosexuality.

    "Good,now when she's old enough she can join...Cher's daughter Chastity Bono in changing gender from female to become a man "
    Did she really say that? I mean, that's beyond idiotic.

    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    “When my daughter came home from school one day saying that a classmate had two mommies, my response was, ‘Two mommies? How lucky is she?!’” she wrote.
    I guess that compared to being raised by a ditzy actress and her rockstar hubby (which means being raised by nannies and seeing mommy and daddy between movie shoots, concert tours and the like), that is lucky. Of course, having a mommy and daddy, who aren't

    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    This concept, while foreign to me, is interesting, as it used to justify so much judgement and separation in our society,” wrote Paltrow. “What does it actually say in the bible that will cause some people to be upset by my line of thinking?”
    Yes, she is so above our mundane thoughts and concepts, that she cannot even be bothered to try to understand the rest of us.

    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    While Paltrow once explained her daughter Apple’s unusual name as a “Biblical” choice, she has rejected any ties to the Judaeo-Christian religious tradition. “I don’t believe in religion. I believe in spirituality. Religion is the cause of all the problems in the world,” she told MSN’s Woman’s Day in March 2010.
    Ah, the ultimate ditz quote: “I don’t believe in religion. I believe in spirituality. Religion is the cause of all the problems in the world.” Spirituality is religion, except that it is what I call Chinese menu religion, in that you can take some doctrines from column A, a few more from column B, mix and match, and with the right combination, you get an egg roll. It sounds deep, the way that Marxism sounds deep to someone who's never had a job, but in reality, it's just laziness, as ignorance of the world's religions can be passed off as pseudo-enlightenment.

    Paltrow proves that being pretty in a vaccuous sort of way and being able to read somebody else's words doesn't make you worth listening to.
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