Mississippi pastor protests same-sex marriage by draping a horse in a wedding dress

Mississippi pastor protests same-sex marriage by draping a horse in a wedding dress

[Ed. – Not so off the wall, really.  One state over, an Alabama state representative expressed a few months ago his comfort with the concept of man-mule marriage.]

“I thought it was laughable and I believe he was going for a ridiculous protest and he certainly got one,” says Eddie Outlaw, LGBT advocate.

Reverend Edward James of Bertha Chapel Missionary Baptist Church dressed his horse, Charlotte, in a makeshift wedding dress to protest same-sex marriage.

“The horse is to show the ridiculous idea of two men getting married,” says James.

James says after a federal decision was made in November to lift the ban on same-sex marriage in the state, he is hoping Judge Carlton Reeves will change his mind. …

The pastor stood outside for more than two hours as people honked their horns or stopped to take pictures.

“I’ve had 100-percent support so far, thumbs up, tooting on the horns, I’ve even had a couple come out and give me a hug and hug the horse,” says James. 

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