Places that Hate: Kentucky Store, Guns Yes, Gays NO

Herald Embroidery, apparently don’t want any of ‘them there, homosexuals’ coming into their print shop in Oak Grove, Kentucky. However if you are packing an Uzi or Mossberg you are MORE than welcome. 

The custom embroiderers recently posted five stickers in its front window, PolicyMic reports. Guns, beards, and a Bible passage are depicted in green circles, while “foul language” and a rainbow flag are crossed out in red circles.

After news broke, the store quickly replaced them with a “clarification” that read:

While we will serve all customers who treat our place of business with respect, we reserve the right to refuse to produce promotional products that promote ideas that are not in keeping with our consciences. This includes, but is not limited to content promoting HOMOSEXUALITY, FREEMASONRY, the use of FOUL LANGUAGE, and imagery which promotes IMMODESTY.

They only response i have for these people is simply: FU(k Off…;) we heart foul language…and homos, oh, AND immodesty…..Only the Crackers kids, only the crackers….

via Kentucky Store Bans Gay People. Guns, However, Are Totally Fine / Queerty.

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