Your chance to turn anti-gay Mormons, gay, in an afterlife
The Mormon church often baptizes non-Mormons, after their death. They did it to the father in law of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Romney's father in law, Edward Davies, was an atheist. He had called organized faith, "hogwash".
Some Mormons also did it to Anne Frank, a young girl who was killed by Nazis, which were of course the product of 2000 years of anti-Jewish ideology and persecution by the Christian church.
Well now, you now you can baptize, in a way, dead Mormons into being gay. The website is called All Dead Mormons are Now Gay. After all, the Mormon church is one of the biggest opponents of marriage equality in America. They, along with the foreign nation called the Catholic church/Vatican, poured a ton of money into opposing marriage equality in the state of California.
Now, some might say this is in bad taste, but isn't baptizing all non-Mormons as Mormons, in bad taste? I mean, it's not like they actually become gay magically in an afterlife, if one exists, which I doubt. That would make as much sense as changing someone's religious belief through a baptizism. So, heaven, or whatever, might be putting up more Rainbow flags as we speak.
After all, Christian rightwingers say that being gay is a simple choice, so it must be easy to convert dead Mormons, or frankly any anti-gay dead zealot such as Jerry Falwell. After all, many of them are closeted, so isn't it time they came out, even if in an afterlife?