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Two men who ordered programs for their September wedding from a popular printing company but instead received a boxful of anti-gay pamphlets warning, "Satan entices your flesh with evil desires...

Not only were their carefully designed programs not there, they had been replaced with anti-gay propaganda pamphlets that said "Satan entices your flesh with evil desires."

What they received instead, was a box of anti-gay pamphlets warning that "Satan entices your flesh with evil desires."

Two men who ordered programs for their September wedding from Vistaprint but instead received a boxful of anti-gay pamphlets warning, "Satan entices your flesh with evil desires

The couple believes that the religious pamphlets they were mistakenly sent are anti-gay screeds. However, it appears that the pamphlets are simply encouraging all people...

"The pamphlets — plainly sent to threaten and attack Mr. Heasley and Mr. Borg because they are gay — warn, that 'Satan entices your flesh with evil desires,' " the suit says.

Two men who ordered programs for their September wedding from a popular printing company but instead received a boxful of anti-gay pamphlets warning, "Satan entices your flesh with evil desires...

VistaPrint allegedly sent the gay couple 80 copies of. this pamphlet by Catholic apostolate Battle Ready. The pamphlets belong to Battle Ready...

Instead of the layout they ordered, they were sent pamphlets titled "Understanding Temptation: Fight the good fight of the faith." Heasley and Borg said they felt targeted because they're a gay couple.

A gay couple is suing a printing company that sent them anti-gay messages in their pamphlets instead of the gay wedding programs they paid them for.

"Mr. Heasley and Mr. Borg were horrified to see these offensive pamphlets, which were clearly sent to intimidate, threaten and harass Plaintiffs because they are gay men," the lawsuit states.

The suit states the pamphlets were "plainly sent to threaten and attack Mr. Heasley and Mr. Borg because they are gay."

Courtesy of David Gottlieb. The day before their wedding in September, Stephen Heasley and Andrew Borg received a package containing what they thought would be the programs for their ceremony.

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