Citizens of Seattle, Washington not only voted to have the state redefine marriage to be between members of the same sex, but now they have erected special "chapels" inside Seattle City Hall to accommodate homosexuals who are all too happy to pervert not only sex, but now the institution of marriage.

Apparently five of these chapels have been erected and can host up to 138 ceremonies on a Sunday. It seems that demand was so high to pervert marriage, following a November vote that legalized it that the courts were opened on Sunday to provide enough room for those attending. The

"In preparation for the festivities, local artists Jennifer Zeyl and Celeste Cooning, with help from city staff, are decking out the building’s large lobby to make decorations for some 140 planned weddings,” the city’s website states. “The decorations consist of several self-contained areas that will act as individual ‘chapels’ within the lobby space.”

Apparently they want as many people attending as possible for what the website says will be a "chance to witness history."

Even the Seattle Police Department's website includes videos of LGBT police officers talking openly about their sexual perversions! What business does the Police department have advocating this stuff? Are heterosexual officers doing this? Probably not.

CNS News reported that some were not celebrating though.

One of the homosexual "chapels" set up in the lobby of Seattle City Hall to accommodate the gay "weddings," Dec. 9, 2012.


Dan Kennedy, who is chief executive of the pro-life group Human Life of Washington, told the Seattle Times the day reminded him of the Roman Empire.

“I feel like I’m living in pagan Rome,” Kennedy said.

The Times also interviewed Steve Beren, a Christian and conservative political consultant.

“I feel bad for those people because they are celebrating what they are doing wrong,” Beren told the Times.

Not only are they bringing themselves under the judgment of God, but they are pressuring others to go along with it, even to the point of redefining marriage shoving it in the faces of those who disagree with their perversions to fund these so-called "chapels" (Webster's defines chapel as "A house for public worship; primarily, a private oratory, or house of worship belonging to a private person").

It's always interesting how people come under all sorts of condemnation over erecting Christmas or Easter decorations on public property, but now homosexuals are just fine with erecting their own "chapels" on public property.

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