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When vile homophobes criticised her gay dads, this girl knew exactly what to say

Joseph McCormick November 12, 2015
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A girl who appeared in a magazine with her gay dads was the subject of a rather vile campaign of hatred – but she put them right in their place.

Amaya Scheer, an 11-year-old who appeared in American Girl magazine probably didn’t think an article about her charity work would attract vile hatred.

She perfectly defended her dads Rob and Reece against hatred from homophobic campaign group One Million Moms.


As part of their ongoing campaign to preserve an idea of the “traditional” family, the hate group which loves to get annoyed at pretty much anything put out a statement.

The statement reads: “We must remain diligent and stand up for biblical values and truth. Scripture says multiple times that homosexuality is wrong, and God will not tolerate this sinful nature. American Girl doesn’t highlight other sins in their magazine.”

But appearing on Good Day DC, Amaya, along with her dads and little brother, put them right in their place.

When given the chance to respond to the statement, she simply says: “This is none of your business”.

Check it out below:

Related topics: amaya, dads, Gay Dads

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