Monday, December 14, 2015

Just in time for Christmas Christian homeless shelter in Kentucky throws out all of the women, Because, you know, the sex.

Courtesy of the Inquisitr:  

It doesn’t seem very Christ-like, but a Christian homeless shelter in Williamsburg, Kentucky has just taken the rash and uncharitable step of kicking out all female residents. Emergency Christian Ministries, the only homeless shelter in the city, has decided to evict the women currently living at the facility and ban further women from seeking shelter under its roof. The reason for the pre-Christmas removal of the shelter’s ladies? Sex, reports WYMT. The director of the Christian homeless shelter, Billy Woodward said that people are having sex at the shelter, and that behavior can’t be tolerated. 

The director of the Christian homeless shelter said that because the facility houses more men than women, it only makes sense to remove the women from the shelter. Over the last two weeks alone, around a dozen women were asked to leave. Those who were willing to be sheltered a half-hour away were relocated to a women’s-only shelter in Gray, Kentucky.

In addition to kicking out and banning women, the Christian homeless shelter has made the almost unbelievable decision to bar children in some cases, too. The reason? Some of them might be female or be living with a mother. When asked directly if the shelter would be willing to house children in any situation, Woodward replied, “Right now, no because of the female factor.” 

Well sure it makes perfect sense to kick out the women. After all if you read your Bible you know that it wasn't the man who got all corrupted by the serpent and suddenly wanted to do unspeakable things all over the Garden of Eden.

It was the chick.

Seriously though who in the hell kicks women and children out into the cold at Christmas time?

If only there were an allegorical story in some holy book about homeless people needing lodging on Christ's birthday.


  1. Anonymous2:33 PM

    See, Barstool's house isn't the only Christian lay in the nation.

  2. Anonymous2:35 PM

    Is that why Bristol had to go back to Wasilla? Did Dakota kick her ass out the door and Bristol had no where else to go in Kentucky?

  3. SallyinMI2:44 PM

    My town has a homeless shelter for men, and it was only for men for years. They finally realized that women and kids were homeless, and bought another property. Of course, that one is out in the county, so the women have to rely on someone to get them into town for their jobs or school, while the men's shelter is located right downtown.
    But the GOP loves women, at least in their beds, their hotel rooms, and their limos. Just don't get pregnant (and don't expect anyone to pay for your birth control, you sluts!)
    And Happy Holidays..notice the War on Christmas has not been mentioned in at least a week? The war on Hillary and Obama continues untouched by any holiday spirit.

  4. Anonymous3:15 PM

    Evicted for having sex? How many men were raped by these brazen women? Oh.. really?

    I'm sure in these God worshipping bozos minds men are down on their luck homeless and women did something awful to be thrown out on the street, right?


    ps Homelessness is horrible, and there are too many in this "great" country that can't feed themselves or their children. Please don't start with the "Barstool "puns and sex jokes. You demean this serious discussion.

    1. Anonymous4:20 PM

      Too late, Mildred.
      Q Sis

    2. Anonymous4:58 PM


  5. Anonymous3:16 PM

    I hate Xtian hypocrites as much as the next guy, but I think the situation at the Kentucky shelter isn't being fairly portrayed. I have worked directly with homeless persons for more than a decade. It is normal practice to have male-only and female-only shelters. (Imagine having men in shelters for homeless or battered women who are seeking a refuge from their plight!) The article says that the women were taken to a shelter for homeless women. Again, this is normal. They weren't kicked out on the street. I'm pretty sure the children were taken care of too. If any of them were simply "kicked out on the street", trust me, as an advocate for the homeless for many years, I would be outraged.

    1. Anonymous3:53 PM

      Thanks for this thoughtful explanation, as I was quite ready to explode.

    2. Anonymous6:13 PM

      Whaaaat!? Gryphen skew a story to fit an agenda of blaming white male christians of injustice!? Never!

    3. Anonymous6:46 PM

      No, you idiot. If there was nay "skewing," it was in the original article, which, by the way, was not written by Gryphen.

    4. Anonymous7:35 PM

      Hahahaaa.... the original article, from "The Inquisitr"!! Hahahahaha. That really can hardly even be considered a news site. Actually, to be more clear, it isn't a news site. (shakes head at stupidity).

    5. Did you read the article?

      They had separate dorms for the men and women but now the Xian in charge says it would need major renovations.

      They'll only take men and sons.

      Blanket refusal to take women and girls because, you know, the sex thing.

      They're evicted and that's it. Hands washed.

      Some of the women did opt to go to another town for shelter but what if a woman works? You know some homeless have jobs, right?

      And why are ALL of the women being blamed.

      If you had read what this guy was saying it is so obviously misogyny. This guy is all Paul and no Jesus.

    6. Anonymous8:00 AM

      There would be no homeless shelter in Williamsburg, KY if not for this Christian group. Why haven't the more "enlightened" citizens of Williamsburg stepped up and helped? At least the Christians were willing to help women who were willing to be sheltered a half-hour away be relocated to a women’s-only shelter in Gray, Kentucky.

      I don't understand criticizing the only people willing to shelter/help the homeless in this town.

    7. Anonymous8:19 AM

      You have exposed the great liberal hypocrisy 8:00am. Careful, they don't know how to process cold hard reality around these parts.

    8. Anonymous1:56 PM

      @ anon 8 am

      Depends on if they receive federal funds, if they do I am supporting them even if I don't live in that state.. As for Kintuckians not doing more.....well go ask all those republican bibull bangers.

    9. Anonymous2:21 PM

      And again.... 1:56 prime liberalism on display, can't help themselves....

      "there must be some way I can complain about this group that is providing SAFE and warm shelter to both men and WOMEN and children! Why isn't this shelter providing consensual sex rooms for the homeless, but at the same time making sure rape and abuse does not happen!?"

  6. Anonymous3:58 PM

    Ah those Talibangelical Domininionists. So kind and altruistic. Kick the women out at christmas - since they are the problem. All the good boys being raped by those harlots.

    Pray tell, how are these homeless women going to get to jobs and other services 30 minutes away?

  7. Sgt. Preston of the Yukon4:44 PM

    Heck, I'm sure that Kim Davis will put up a bunch of homeless women in her house, 'cuz she's such a committed Xtian.

  8. Anonymous4:47 PM

    It's the most wonderful time of the year, huh! Read the whole article. Those willing to be moved were taken to a woman's only shelter.... and in some cases kids were turned away because they come with women, the root of all evil.
    Did the Pastor get his photo in the news? His cause mentioned? It fills the pews and makes him look like a Christ like fella. Hunger doesn't take a holiday, what happened to those who refused help?
    It's illegal in my town to feed the homeless in the streets. We're talking people who deserve dignity and respect, and the women and children are collateral damage because people might have sex.
    Ever wonder how difficult it is to swallow one's pride to get what they need? I worked in a food bank, when the bubble crashed, middle and upper class people needed to "shop" there.
    Your analogy is spot on, if the Christ family showed up, would the pastor break them apart?

  9. Anonymous4:51 PM

    I think the biggest problem here is that the closest shelter for these women is an hour away. Honestly, if I were homeless (especially with children), I would prefer to be in a women/children only shelter.

    But there's probably a reason why most of these women are in this shelter and not in one an hour away. And it's hard enough for children who are homeless without having to change schools.

    What a shitty situation.

  10. Anonymous5:02 PM


  11. Anonymous5:22 PM

    O/T: Gryphen, check your PM on FB...

  12. ibwilliamsi5:26 PM

    I wonder how much tax dollars they get to be the only bed for homeless people in town.

  13. Anonymous5:34 PM

    Interesting read>11/30

    1. Anonymous6:18 PM

      Anchorage Girls>

  14. Anonymous5:58 PM

    So they would be okay with men having sex with men? it seems if they are willing to kick out all women because perhaps some of them had sex with some of the men; then aren't they concern about the possibility of some of the men having sex with some men?

  15. Scruffer6:08 PM

    Organized religion hates HATES women. I thought you knew by now.
    Christians and Muslims mostly, I figure. Orthodox Jews as well.
    Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists do remarkably better, but they don't seem to be 'ruled' by a hierarchy, or even a one higher being.
    Go figure.
    I thought you knew.

  16. Anonymous6:21 PM

    Somehow it didn't matter to Gryphen that this shelter was willing to relocate the women to another shelter half an hour away. Nor does he explain why if people are homeless and are receiving a place to stay they can't abide by the no-sex rules. After all, they aren't barred from having sex elsewhere and then returning to the shelter. It sounds as if the people who run the place are just trying to keep order and a decent environment, not police it's resident's sexuality. It's amazing how for a liberal it's always too much to expect people to refrain from sex - no matter what the circumstances. Does Gryphen think every woman has the libido of Bristol Palin?

  17. Anonymous7:03 PM

    "Those who were willing to be sheltered a half-hour away were relocated to a women’s-only shelter in Gray, Kentucky."

    More facts are needed.

    How many women will end up without shelter?
    Why did they decline a move to the other location?
    --Too far away from a job?
    --Too far from children's school?
    --Stubborn or mentally ill?

  18. Anonymous7:20 PM

    FWIW, that's a man in the photo.

  19. Kentucky.

    Red State, right?

    Tell me again how the fundamentalist right wing is NOT waging a war on women.

    BTW over in Tennesse they've made their first arrest for attempted murder for a failed coat hanger abortion.

    And in North Carolina they've voted down a solar project because it might use up all the sun. No kidding.

    I am appalled at the rapid spread of this cancerous stupid that is infecting our nation.

    1. Anonymous3:35 AM

      "I am appalled at the rapid spread of this cancerous stupid that is infecting our nation"

      I'm there with you, the stupid hurts, and is hurting people and the country!

    2. Anonymous5:18 AM

      Exceptionally stupid!

  20. Anonymous2:30 AM

    Well at least it is unseasonable warm thru friday.......
    Tht's all I got.
    Kentucky is a scary scary place.

  21. Anonymous2:39 AM

    I'm sure Sarah Palin's little devotional has all the answers to this... *Smirk*

  22. Women, men and children are kicked out of shelters all the time. The worst of it happens to the mentally ill and addicted because of behavioral problems. Imagine being severely mentally and thrown outside to freeze. Some of them try living in tents and get thrown out of those as well.


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