Tweeters in Ireland are hysterically laughing over an anti-gay group's pamphlet that warns of the "Sounds Of Sodomy."
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"Should children be exposed to sounds of sodomy?"
"Should children be exposed to this beastly obsession with unholy acts?"
"Should the sounds of sodomy echo in the halls of a Christian home?"
Those questions, and presumably others, are part of a Christian group's campaign to derail same-sex marriage in Ireland, on which voters will decide in May. They are included in a pamphlet being handed out, reportedly to much laughter across the Emerald Isle.
"At this very moment the liberal agenda conspires to undermine God’s Word and is drafting law to allow homosexuals to adopt children," the leaflet warns, urging voters to contact their representatives.
While it's unknown which Christian group produced the anti-gay propaganda, equality supporters were quick to mock it on social media so much so that it trended in Ireland.
Some advocates for equal marriage even took to Photoshop, posting their responses against the anti-gay lunacy:
I've been listening to Robyn and the Scissor Sisters all evening. Is that #soundsofsodomy— Will (@Popher) January 5, 2015
How can Ireland be against the #soundsofsodomy? We've won Eurovision seven times, for God's sake!— SHANE REACTION (@MrShaneReaction) January 5, 2015
You prob haven't heard #soundsofsodomy, but they are like, reeeally big in Japan— Liam is ainm dumb (@wp_rathead) January 5, 2015
I can't help but scoff and laugh at campaigns like #soundsofsodomy but I forget that these people are actually for real.— Aaron (@BabyMonsterGoon) January 5, 2015
Does sodomy make the same sound when practiced by straight couples? #soundsofsodomy— Cecilia Fleta (@FletaCe) January 5, 2015