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Anti-Gay App Disappears From App Store!

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Considering Apple donated $100,000 to oppose the ban on gay marriage, we knew it was weird for them to host an anti-gay app!

As we previously reported, anti-gay app The Manhattan Declaration was once available on Apple's App Store, but now it is nowhere to be found.

It seems thousands of people banned together to sign an online petition asking Apple to remove the app.

"Supporters of equal rights and the right of women to control their own bodies must stand together and say to Apple: 'Applications that support hate and division have no place in the iTunes Store,'" read the petition.

Good for them. Equality for all!

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20 comments to “Anti-Gay App Disappears From App Store!”



  1. 1

    Yet they have an anti-dr.laura app.

    go figure. If you don't like gays then they call you a hater and cause problems.

    WHAT HAPPEND TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND having your own opinions.



  2. 2

    that was taken down, according to apple, before you posted it THE FIRST TIME. And in the cyber world, nothing is gone forever. Don't You, Mario and others ever think (?) that with over 50,000apps all over the place, very few would have seen this piece of crap? But thanks to people getting upset, thousands and thousands know about the app and when it appears somewhere, people will check it out, people that would have never bothered before. Anyhoo…. it sounds like it does nothing really, other than ANGER people and guess what? who ever made it, already accomplished that.



  3. 3

    Thank you Apple. I knew I loved you for a good reason. Never let your people down again by doing stupid ignorant stuff like HATE!



  4. 4

    you don't find it at all ironic that you say "freedom for all" and yet support banning an app because of its message?



  5. 5

    equality for all yet you condem anyone who doesnt think like you.



  6. 6

    "Equality for all", yet you don't think this group has the right to have an app expressing their views.

    Interesting that you only want equality when the content is compatible with your views…



  7. 7

    To me it boils down to a question of a woman's rights vs. an unborn baby's rights. The question is which one should be given more weight? I think the answer is very clear…being the most vulnerable of the two, the unborn baby's right to live outweighs the woman's right to terminate a pregnancy.



  8. 8

    Equality for all… except those who want to ban gay marriages.



  9. 9

    Only the ignorant think "freedom of speech" means you can say anything you want. You can't yell "fire" in a crowded theater (you'll be arrested). You can threaten to kill someone (yup, arrested here too). You can spread lies about someone (you'll be sued). The list goes on.

    This app and the church behind it spreads hate and lies about gays. Some people are expressing their "right" not to have anything to do with people who hate based on their superstitious beliefs called religion. Doesn't Apple have the "freedom" to decide what it sells under their name?



  10. 10

    if its equality doesnt that mean apple should be allowed to keep it?



  11. 11

    To each their own for an opinion, but the hypocricy of liberals and gay rights groups on the freedom of speech issue is reaching new heights.



  12. 12

    Apple does a poor job approving some of the apps. It isn't necessarily their fault someone didn't check it thoroughly before putting it on the store. I remember that $1000 app where it was just a shiny diamond got by and was even sold to a few people without refunds before it was taken down.



  13. 13

    I am fully in support of anyone loving and having a loving relationship with someone, be they of either gender but…………….in asking for equality you can not expect someone to censor another entities views just because it goes against what we consider acceptable. You are asking someone to censorize their 'application' to only allow someone to speak up in support of your views, equality is true equality, whether you agree with what is being said or not



  14. 14

    Hooray for censorship! Hooray for only one opinion being accessible to the masses! Hooray for belligerent arm twisting to force your opinion on others!



  15. 15

    Talk about equality-when a person is not allowed to express their own values. Sooooo selfish and close minded, Perez! And every time you post this stuff, you always get messages like mine. Wakey wakey!



  16. 16

    The silent majority strikes back again! YEA!
    We - the sane - can win when we voice our outrage of the common use of hate & degridation!
    More power to the people!



  17. 17

    Re: pepe le pew

    Hate is a value?



  18. 18

    I don't have a problem with gays getting married, but you cannot deny that some peoples' religious beliefs don't support gay marriage. They have as much right to throw a fit about it as you do. This is extremely scary to me - that peoples' religious beliefs are being censored and classified as "hate" and that their free speech is being taken away because it isn't popular. How is this any different than people who are against abortion having their right to protest it taken away? EVERYONE has a right to protest in this country- what Apple has done is unconstitutional, regardless of whether someone deems it "hateful."



  19. 19

    Perez you are blind to your own bias or is it ignorance?



  20. 20

    Apple is a PRIVATE company. It has no obligation to sell just anything. It has the right to sell what it wants. Get over it all you religious nuts. Start your own app company: SuperstitionApps.com