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This anti-LGBTQ+ bigot just inadvertently gave us our first great meme of Pride Month 2023

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Lil Nas X, by leaning into the satanic aspersions often lobbed at us by Christian right-wingers.But, in actuality, it comes from none other than Lauren Witzke. “Who?,” you might ask?

Exactly!pic.twitter.com/IX0Sn0LKvxWitzke is an anti-LGBTQ+ conservative bigot media “personality” (or lack thereof), proud Christian, former host for designated hate group web show TruNews (which, by the way, is neither “tru[e]” nor “news”), and, as her Twitter bio tells us, the GOP’s Delaware nominee for US Senate in 2020 (in other words… she lost.)Of course, as much as she hates the gays—and, trust us, the feeling is mutual—even we have to admit that Witzke did a bit of a slay when she dropped the “PRIDEMONTH” meme on Twitter this past Friday.Almost immediately, queer folks began retweeting the graphic ironically, embracing its absolute absurdity and reclaiming the rainbow-fied demon label for themselves.

By the end of the weekend, it became a full-blown meme, inspiring jokes, reinterpretations, art—it’s even been screen-printed on shirts sold by LGBTQ+-owned digital retailers.

And just in time for Pride season!His combined fans on YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram top more than 9.4 million — but many don’t realize Rogers’ trajectory has been a decade in the making.

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