Skip to comments.On Being Gay: Fighting the False “Hate” Dichotomy
Posted on 02/23/2012 1:00:07 PM PST by gabriellah
Gay, I mean. Im not gay. Nor do I have a personal opinion on your gayness. Or half gayness. Or exploratory gayness. Or lack of gayness altogether. Its a lifestyle choiceto not spend time dwelling upon who may or may not be operating at varying levels of gay.
But this piece isnt about being gay, or straight. If you are a TrueCon© purist in the mood for a brawl over the virtueless life of the American homosexual, the door is right behind you. If youre one of those allegedly virtueless American homos looking for a forum to air your grievances about the hateful wingnuts who want to patrol your bedroom at night, please go away. I dont want to go anywhere near your bedroom. EVER.
Were in an election year, and with every election year comes the birth and rebirth of those issues that make those of us who remain engaged in politics 24/7and dont just surface mid-primary to parrot talking points they read in The Weekly Standardwant to light ourselves on fire in the middle of a busy intersection. As of now, LGBT equality and abortion are neck and neck for the Most Obnoxious Issue and Advocates trophies. For now, though, lets deal with LGBT equality. Itll be fun. Or something.
Equality is one of those things that everybody loves to fight about, but nobody wants to define. The meaning has become elusive; for progressives, what once stood for equal opportunity now stands for equal results. This is our first problema difference in expectations. Most conservatives, myself included, look at equality as having an equal chance at success. Efforts by the government to fix things lead to skewed results, and eventual societal dependance on bureaucratic interference.
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homosexuals have every right we have and we don;t go running around saying what turns us on or have parades like them.
They can marry just like us, they can have one spouse just like us.
They have to marry the opposite sex just like us they have to have one spouse just like us.
Sick of this homo queer freak cross dressing crap, next it will be sex with kids, animals etc because we’re taking their rights away too , ARF..
What is latin for “disgust”?
must correct the “phobia” label....
“If you are a TrueCon© purist in the mood for a brawl over the virtueless life of the American homosexual, the door is right behind you.”
I don’t have homophobia. I have homonausea.
I don’t hate gays... I despise the sin... it is the gay community that is filled with hate... but hate is derived from satan and with gays... satan is well pleased.
Excellent and accurate correction.
The same nausea you feel about beastiality, or people who like eating/smearing themselves with their own or other’s wastes, or people who get off on sex with others who are unwilling, or people who have any myriad of other perversions that grind their gears.
Also homonauseous because of all the politically-correct pro-homo crap that gets shoved at us through entertainment and govt schools and media and every other venue.
Homonauseated. Great term.
Also remember the term homosexualist. People promoting homosexuality and attacking anyone who has any negative position on homosexuality, be it for legitimate concerns or not. These can be gay or straight people.
There is hope yet.
Excellent post. Thanks for sharing! I bookmarked it for later so I can send to people, as needed.
So sad that we can’t tolerate all the deviants, but, the contemporary world is supposed to be more civilized than the world before the first century. Imagine that. Let’s not focus on the religion of homosexual behavior and think about science and infectious diseases. A study which analyzed tens of thousands of gay obituaries and compared them with AIDS deaths data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), has shown that the life expectancy for homosexuals is about twenty years shorter than that of the general public. The study, entitled Gay obituaries closely track officially reported deaths from AIDS, has been published in Psychological Reports (2005;96:693-697). The actual life expectancy for a homosexual male with AIDS is 39 . . . without AIDS . . . 41.
For a smoker? Early to mid 60s.
And for the homosexual community to brag about their lifestyle and to shove it in our face instead of getting psychological help—well, it doesn’t make you the brightest bulb in the sack. When I see the “gays” giggling on the TV shows and mocking the normal people I just laugh and think they must have AIDS dementia.
Meanwhile, with all this endless blather, notice that everyone now accepts the shift in terms from “homosexual” to “gay.”
And how many, in the younger generation, now utterly accept on faith and without the slightest scientific proof, that “one is born gay” and it’s perfectly okay, rather than that homosexuality represents a psychological maladjustment.
By shifting the terms of the debate, the homosexualist political minority is slowly and gradually, but inexorably, winning all discussion.
It can only, then, be a matter of time before homosexuality and its attendant practices are excused, and society takes one more giant step down the long, slippery slope to its own destruction.
Already, marriage is being abandoned and the family consequently weakened. Once the basic building block of any and all societies - the family - is abandoned, the society’s days are numbered.
In the name of “tolerance” the Western world is destroying itself.
The only alternative - insisting on moral standards - is already now referred to as “intolerance” and roundly condemned.
Meanwhile, the Moslems laugh at Western dithering and the Chinese wait in the wings.
you’ve lost me.
I refuse to play their word games and call them gay , they are homosexuals, my kids have been taught to call them what they are and tough if they do not like it.
It was they who took a positive word and used it for their perverted agenda.
I was referring to post #2 in which you had “arf” at the end.
LOL, I should have done a double ARF for that post.
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