Toddler Sings Anti-Gay Song — Indiana Church Preaching Homophobic Hate

Thu, May 31, 2012 2:50pm EST by 19 Comments
Toddler Sings Anti Gay Song In Church

By now, the video of the Indiana toddler who sang a hate-filled homophobic song has gone VIRAL. It’s horrible, but our expert tells that the toddler is too young to think he’s doing the wrong thing and that could lead to consequences.

The young boy is seen singing a hymn with lyrics like “aint no homos going to heaven” to a crowd going wild with approval. Homophobia is an unfortunate reality, but does it border on abuse when he’s being taught this type of hate?

“Not child abuse but blatant stupidity,” corrects Dr. Gilda Carle, the 30-second therapist for “He doesn’t know what homosexuality is all about. He’s just singing along and the more people clap and applause him, he’ll think he’s doing the right thing.”

The shocking video was recorded from the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg, Indiana. Some of the lyrics that were undoubtedly spoon-fed to him, here:

The Bible’s right, somebody’s wrong.
The Bible’s right, somebody’s wrong.
Romans one, twenty six and twenty seven;
Ain’t no homos gonna make it to Heaven.

Dr. Gilda says the boy is too young to know what’s going on and does not understand the heated controversy this video has caused.

“He’s going to meet with a lot of different kinds of people as he grows up, and if he knows certain words that are being positively reinforced, it could lead to his own biases,” Dr. Gilda says. “If this is the language he’s growing up with, he will be offending people without understanding what they mean.”

HollyMoms — check out the clip below:

— Lorraine Chow

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