Nor would Hitchens have made this statement: “Religion forces nice people to do unkind things.”
With your unkind and unjust words, you continue to cause harm to LGBT people in your religious communities.
Consider those surrounded by vacated cubicles, absorbing the work of those who were let go, anticipating their own unkind fate.
He has unkind things to say about Rubinstein, Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer, Barack Obama, Google chairman Eric Schmidt, and others.
It has always been one of the strange and unkind truths of international diplomacy that you must deal with all sorts of countries.
Meg is very unkind about him; very bitter and unkind; her own brother.
If you think that, ma'am, it's very cruel and unkind of you to send me away.
An unkind report was afterwards circulated to the effect that he hid himself under a haystack.
He thinks, though he has all honour for my mother, that she is unkind to us both.
Nothing rude, boisterous, insubordinate, or unkind appeared from any.