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Masons hand indefinite suspension to openly gay member

There are 87 comments on the Lexington Herald-Leader story from Apr 16, 2011, titled Masons hand indefinite suspension to openly gay member. In it, Lexington Herald-Leader reports that:

An openly gay Mason from Kentucky has been suspended indefinitely from the fraternity after an April 8 Masonic trial found him guilty of "un-masonic conduct," according to a letter from the group's Grand Lodge of Kentucky in Jefferson County.

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Rocky G

Dunn, NC

#86 Feb 14, 2013
Understand wrote:
Also, you gotta Google this Nut, she is everywhere and complaining about everything.
I'm 42 years old and a nut........ Should be her byline...
ANOTHER tough gut, or are the same jagoff with mommy issues?

Don't answer. I won't be around to read it. Know why?

Because I actually like women and enjoy listening to them. In fact, I may be listening to your mom right now.
Rocky G

Dunn, NC

#87 Feb 14, 2013
opinionated wrote:
First, you must be a mason to be a Shriner. As you join each group, masons, Shriner, and Scottish rite they pay dues which go to the hospitals. There are many hospitals like the Shriners hospital in Lexington, which supply orthotics for children with missing limbs. There are burn units and recently they have open a place that helps with dyslexia. All are offered for FREE. They also support each other, financially, if needed.
No one needs to address their sexuality in an official meeting. Who cares, if someone was into any fetish would they feel the need to announce that? What did John want from his brothers when he made his declaration? NoOne cares who you get down with. But, you made a commitment to your wife and children, and did not honor that.
Masons are moral men, if it was a women he was being unfaithful with, and someone brought charges, the same thing would have happened.
A man with good morals would have resigned rather than put his family through such embarrassment for his infidelity.
This is NOT about being GAY. The same thing would happen if he was convicted of ANY wrong doing.
All that? Really? You bothered to do all that on A WEB FORUM?!!!

bahhhh hahahah!!

Ya'll must be awful damn desperate for new suckers these days!! bahhhh hahahaha!!!

Acting like it's History day. Too funny!
Kirk

Dunn, NC

#88 Feb 14, 2013
Mason wrote:
As a freemason, I am disappointed in the craft for their recent actions. Nowhere is it stated that gay people are not allowed in the frat.
This was a witch hunt brought about by a few homophobic members.
Masonic lodges are to support tolerance within the lodge. It is not a christian organization, but a belief in a higher power is required.
It was stated earlier that had he been brought up on charges for leaving his wife and remained hetero, the same thing would have happened. While it MAY be true we'll never know because it hasn't happened. John was singled out.
Until this incident, I believed in what the Masons promoted. I am embarrassed to be associated with them.
stop masquerading and being shady!!

you DEMAND belief in "TGAOTU"...now tell everyone who that is, or are you AFRAID to?

and if you are afraid...why? who would ask you to be? do christians keep their belief in christ a 'secret'? no...but you masons? hmmmm
Kirk

Dunn, NC

#89 Feb 14, 2013
keeper of the tard hatch wrote:
<quoted text> how about founded this country,how about,the constitution? The money u use have masons on it...
Everyone, please just pat the little mason on the head and let him have his belief in eternal superiority over everyone else?

I think being unforgiveably boring must be yet ANOTHER mandatory requirement of the Secret order of Masonical Hat Boys.

Where's William Shatner when you need him to scream,"GET A LIFE!"? Could we clone him and prop him outside these gossiping, busy bodied, old coots lodges?
theAllSeeing

Columbus, IN

#90 Jan 10, 2015
In know this post is old but he was not kicked out because he was a homosexual he was kicked out because he told private information to the public during a lodge meeting and in doing so broke his oath
joe

Mount Sterling, KY

#91 Jan 12, 2015
hiram wrote:
its clear u know nothing about freemasons.we are not a public organization and have our own rules/regulations.those who violate are subject to our decisions.masons do a grat deal of good throughout the world,not just america.we do not advertise our deeds,it is good not recognition we seek.
How does one become a Mason ?
Wife wants info on becoming an Eastern Star, any ideas, advice will be appreciated!!
theAllSeeing

Louisville, KY

#92 Jan 15, 2015
joe wrote:
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How does one become a Mason ?
Wife wants info on becoming an Eastern Star, any ideas, advice will be appreciated!!
If you know a mason in your county ask him if not find the local lodge and talk to them your wife will have to wait until your a mason. Lodge members will explain to you

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