University of Central Florida student strips to try and silence anti-gay preacher

Preacher responds: 'This is why there are so many lesbians on campus!'

University of Central Florida student strips to try and silence anti-gay preacher
27 November 2012

A Baptist preacher named Micah Armstrong decided to take to the free speech law at the University of Central Florida to preach about the evils of homosexuality.

While Armstrong raised his voice to make his point, student Austin Cooper said nothing.

Instead, he just started taking his clothes off.

The crowd seems to love it but Armstrong doesn’t miss a beat as he immediately spins what is occurring to fit his anti-gay message: ‘This is why there are so many lesbians on this campus! Guys like this are turning all the girls off and causing the to be lesbian.’

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