Launched on Monday, the campaign’s called “Until We All Belong,” and it has the backing of Google as well as Australia‘s largest airline, Qantas, and national bank ANZ. Why is ANZ, QANTAS spending shareholders money on sexual immorality? Does Airbnb really think homosexual marriage will bring belonging and acceptance? Sodomy will always be sodomy.
Designed by Marc Newson, the matte black “Acceptance Rings” (which don’t completely link up to make a full circle) are a symbol of the need to “close the gap” in marriage equality. This is no different than Kylie Minogue and her sexual partner who said they would not marry until immoral homosexual marriage was made legal. They promoted another gimmick – a very corny t-shirt. Unfortunately, their promise fell flat as her boyfriend ran off with another woman. So much for marriage promises!
This is Airbnb justification for supporting sodomy:
Airbnb CEO and head of community, Brian Chesky, said in a statement, “Openness and belonging are at the heart of Airbnb — it’s at the core of what we do every day … This is an opportunity for people to show their support for marriage equality — not just those within the LGBTQI+ community, but for anyone to make their support for a brother, sister, parent, friend or loved one known.”
“Until We All Belong” is a collaboration with Australia’s Equality Campaign, which advocates taking concrete action to support marriage equality, such as faxing local MPs, helping fund TV ads and signing petitions. The Equality Campaign executive director, Tiernan Brady, said in a statement, “Two-thirds of the nation as well as a majority of politicians want every Australian to be able to marry the person they love in the country they love.”
Brady recently called the Anglican Archbishop a liar regarding the negative outcomes of immoral sodomy marriage. But here we have Brady lying concerning his false statement that 75% of Australians support sodomy marriage. Where the actual figure is 55%.
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