7 ‘GAY HATE HOAXES’ That The L.G.B.T.Q.I.A. Refuse To Recognize!

7 ‘GAY HATE HOAXES’ That The L.G.B.T.Q.I.A. Refuse To Recognize!

So there’s a trend that has been catching fire these last few years and it’s been attempting to black-list and tarnish, and seek financial reward from it’s victims.

Yes, I’m talking about the string of ‘gay-hate hoaxes’ that have proven time and time again to be fabricated lies for one reason or another. We are going to take a look at 7 of the most maddening of these and hopefully, you can be a bit more informed of the trend if Heaven forbid you ever experience it.


1. Dayna Morales. Just let that name settle a bit. Back in 2013, Morales (a waitress) claimed that a table she had waited on refused to leave a tip and instead left a note on the receipt, stating “I’m sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle.”

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Dayna received thousands of dollars in donations, but it turned out the receipt was a fake. She had wrote it herself.

Dayna is now without her waitressing job.

2. In 2015, Haakon Griswold, a student at University of North Dakota, claimed to have been beaten by homophobic frat brothers and claimed that they had carved gay-hate slurs into his arm. Well police found that his claims were false. Not only that, but Griswold was the first to start the fight with the frat members.

3. The Gayest Neighborhood in the LAND! In 2010, a woman who hung out jars containing messages like “love” and “Ohana” claimed to have received a VERY hateful note that read, “Your yard is becoming Relentlessly Gay! Myself and Others in the neighborhood ask that you Tone It Down. This is a Christian area and there are Children. Keep it up and I will be Forced to call the Police on You! Your kind need to have respect for GOD.”…well, she collected monetary donations for her grief.

But after police connected the writing style of the letter to the woman’s own writing, and not being able to obtain the letter as it mysteriously disappeared from the woman’s possession, much of the evidence pointed out that it was a hoax.

4. In 2012, a gay bar owner named Gregory set his bar aflame in order to collect on the insurance…but not before he scribbled gay-hate slurs all over the walls as evidence of a hate crime. He was caught and forced to pay back the money he was doled out.

Sometimes, when you put your ear to your local bar’s wall, you can still hear the cries of Gregory as he makes payments of over $100,000 to the insurance company.

Just don’t do it against the restroom wall…ugh.

5. In 2015, a young man named Rick Jones claimed that he had been assaulted and they had the words “Die F**” carved into his arm, and a Molotov cocktail thrown through his bedroom window, and, if that wasn’t enough, claimed his home was spray-painted with hurtful and vile words…


Turned out to be a lie. So, yeah.

6. In 2010, a lesbian couple really laid it on thick as they claimed that gay-hatred had spray painted “QUEER” on their home, before torching it to the ground. They promptly blamed a neighbor…then it was found that they lied about it all to collect the insurance.

7.Last but most definitely not the least – the gay pastor hate-cake. Jordan Brown, a gay pastor, and I suppose a true douche, claimed that a cake he had ordered from Whole Foods had the words written, “LOVE WINS FAG” inscribed on it. He then attempted to sue Whole Foods.


Need I remind you, that this is the same Whole Foods that is EXTREMELY pro-gay and left of just about anything. Not only that, but the cake decorator turned out to be gay. NOT ONLY THAT, but there is camera footage of the cake being handed to the good gay pastor, having the words “LOVE WINS” on it…and that’s it.

Last time I heard, Whole Foods was counter-suing.

Most of these incidents have something in common.


They were all willing to blame the innocent in order to enrich themselves. A real scummy way to go about life. Way to represent the cause.

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