Rhetoric or righteousness? I was reanalyzing the expulsion of Kentucky Mason John Wright, and the thought occurred to me, was the gay issue in the charges or were they part of a means to color a (still) witch hunt based on otherwise slightly promiscuous behavior. Reviewing the formal charge … [Read more...] about Was Kentucky’s expulsion all it was cracked up to be?
No official press release has been forthcoming, but the website Kentucky.com is reporting: 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 … [Read more...] about Kentucky expells gay mason.
Back to the drawing board on the virtues and vices of Moral Turpitude, this time woven again with the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masonry where it is being tangled in with the moral law. "...these charges are retribution for speaking out about the discrimination that I experienced..." Reported in late … [Read more...] about More of the fight of Kentucky Masonic homophobia
The Grand Lodge of Kentucky is the latest battle ground in the fight to bring Freemasonry into the 21st century, where brothers are calling other brothers "a flaming faggot" in their sexual orientation. From the Lexington Herald-Leader in the state of Kentucky, the W. Master of Winchester Masonic … [Read more...] about Kentucky holding despite splinter over Gay Masons.