Adam Levine, a writer for the Federalist and the son of a Democratic congressman, claimed in an article this week that it was harder to come out as a Republican than it was to come out gay.
If you do not want to impeach our president, you have no place in gay life,” Levine claimed.
When he signed up for the Log Cabin Republican mailing list, Levine also described how he saw there were others like him, who refused to allow their sexuality to be manipulated by the Democratic Party, which in reality didn’t have a lot of their best interests at heart.
Journalist Chadwick Moore, who was fired from OUT Magazine after coming out conservative, also weighed in, declaring, “Conservatives, reveal yourselves!
In July, OUT Magazine encouraged its readers to “drop” their gay conservative friends, while mainstream media outlets such as the Guardian and the Independent also took a swing at LGBT conservatives, with the Guardian calling the rise of free-thinking gay people “troubling.”