Black gays are feeling the crunch of invisibility closing in on them so they have trotted out yet another ad campaign reminding us that they are everywhere. I picked this one out of the four because, with its overt religious imagery, it reminds me of the Carlton Pearson drama which is re-unfolding. This ad left me somewhat speechless.
Something about it is just eerie. In several different ways.
And then again, maybe to the "inclusionists", it represents them accurately. I have no problems with gay people in church praying. That's a good thing, especially if they are seeking deliverance and change. But they really ought to leave prayer out of socio-political agendas.
So what do you think? The politics of prayer?