Everyone's favorite conservative group One Million Moms is back — and this time around, they are calling a boycott of American Girl magazine for featuring an article about a girl with — you guessed it — gay dads!
According to reports, the group (whose membership is nowhere near one million BTW) condemned the "sinful nature" of Rob and Reece Scheer — who were highlighted in the article for their amazing charity work in the foster care system.
But as expected, 1MM spewed out hateful rantings like the classic "homosexuality is wrong" and "God will not tolerate this sinful nature," elaborating:
"American Girl is attempting to desensitize our youth by featuring a family with two dads. If your child has not seen this yet, then be careful she is not exposed and can avoid a premature conversation she is far too young to understand."
But not to worry, the Scheer family — comprised of two dads and four adopted black children — is firing back!
On Monday, the Maryland family on local news outlet WTTG, where Rob said he was shocked at the attack because it came from a group of "moms."
"This is our family and it works for us. And you know what? We have four amazing kids that we adopted out of foster care. These are four kids that have fulfilled our life more than we ever thought…So to the Million Moms, I say to them, ‘You know what? Go to your local foster care agency, those kids could really use your help and not worry about the Sheer family.'"
Rob's 11-year-old daughter Amaya Sheer also had a message for the conservative group:
"This is none of your business."
Preach, girl! Check out the clip (below) to see the full interview!
According to reports out Sunday morning, Angelina Jolie's political ambitions with the United Nations may have caused a rift between her and Brad Pitt, at least based on a source "close to the couple."
TMZ is reporting that Jolie's dream had been to become a top official with the UN -- which makes sense, considering all the charity work and traveling to developing nations that she does -- but that didn't fly at home with Brad.