Google Play has released a new app that allows you to express your disdain for Kim Davis. In case the Facebook and Twitter debates get old, you now have the option of playing "Condemn Kim," an online game with strikingly realistic character graphics.
In the game, you can throw as many marriage licenses at the Rowan County clerk as possible without stepping foot in Kentucky. If you throw enough, her HP hits zero and she's sent to jail. It's like "Angry Birds"with bigots.
You can also build an army of supporters with every round you play. Or serve her with divorce papers for 10x damage.
The game's description reads:
"Battle against bigotry and achieve equality for all. Join us in a battle for the ages. On one side of this virtual battle field littered with shredded paper and sadness, festers Kim an agent of civil discrimination. On the other side, the warriors of love, the soldiers of acceptance, and the army of equality."
If the mere satisfaction of wasting downtime to destroy a virtual bigot isn't enough, the game's developers state that 50% of all proceeds will go to LGBT charities.