Attitude is a best-selling gay magazine, founded in 1994. The Satanic Temple was founded in 2013 and it promotes a secular humanist agenda. The Temple, based in Salem, Mass., denies that there is an actual Satan and it claims that it does not worship the Devil.
“So, you have a population willing to embrace a religious identification that is boldly willing to speak out to the contrary,” he said.
“Within the Satanic Temple, we’re all pretty much one and the same,” said Greaves. “We’re all Satanists and it’s not like we have ‘tolerance’ for trans people or gay people or sex workers — we just don’t f***ing care, and a lot of people in those communities appreciate that.”
Greaves, a pseudonym he uses reportedly to protect his family from death threats, went on to say that The Satanic Temple often participates in LGBT Pride parades and supports LGBT initiatives.
“Our chapters are always involved with Pride parades in the United States, they’re always doing something for the LGBTQ community and they’re always open about inclusion,” Greaves told Attitude.
He further said that The Satanic Temple supports abortion, as well as the gay agenda, and will fight attempts to roll back Roe v. Wade or laws that affect homosexuals.
via cnsnews.com -The comments by Lucien Greaves were initially pubished in the Aug. 23 online edition of Attitude.