Pardon my French, but what a bastard!
Actually, this is an excerpted article.
Didn't click on that.
An exposing read.
Those who say that some of these people are not advocating making kids gay are fooling themselves. Gay chic is very fashionable in some schools and these cretins would love to have more converts.
We had a fire in a Washingto gay nath house a few years back. Bath house is a misnomer. It consisted of plywood walls separating pieces of foam rubber laying on the floor where they did the dirty deed. Didnt even have a door on it.
Sick puppies these folks.
The bloodiest, craziest murders in the Bay Area are committed by pissed-off,jilted gay guys. That the victim's MEMBER gets cut off (in addition to a lot of other bad, unmentionable things) is a given.
The newspapers NEVER talk about it.
We had a fire in a Washington gay bath house a few years back. Bath house is a misnomer. It consisted of plywood walls separating pieces of foam rubber laying on the floor where they did the dirty deed. Didnt even have a door on it.
Sick puppies these folks.
John Cloud is a staff writer for Time magazine, where he has worked since 1997. Before coming to Time, he was a senior writer at Washington City Paper.
ACTION ALERT: Homosexual Activist Poses As Time Magazine Journalist
October 13, 2005 John Cloud, a homosexual activist who writes for Time magazine has recently written the cover story for Time (Oct. 10, 2005) on The Battle Over Gay Teens. The article does not reveal that Cloud is a promiscuous homosexual who admits enjoying anonymous sex.
Clouds article presents a positive portrayal of so-called gay teens who are establishing networks of Gay Straight Alliance clubs on campuses all over the United States. These GSAs are sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) headed by homosexual radical Kevin Jennings.
Cloud also describes the Point Foundation, a homosexual-funded organization that gives scholarships to individuals who claim a gay identity.
He also carefully smears ex-gay ministries like Exodus International and Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays (PFOX) by pointing out that some individuals struggling with same-sex attractions lose the battle to overcome these life-controlling behaviors.
Cloud has written extensively on the homosexual and transgender movements in the U.S., using his position as a Time writer to promote the normalization of sodomy and transsexualism. He has also gone on record attacking the Boy Scouts by cleverly comparing them to the KKK because of their policy on homosexuals.
Transsexuals, A Persecuted Minority?
John Cloud penned a pro-transgender article for Time (July 20, 1998) titled, Trans Across America: Watch out, Pat Buchanan. Ridiculed for years, transgenders are emerging as the newest group to demand equality.
In it, Cloud promotes the radical concept that a person who thinks hes the opposite sex is simply part of an oppressed minority. He favorably quotes Riki Anne Wilchins, a transgender who has declared war on the idea that there are two sexes. Wilchins is a key leader in the transgender movement. He believes that divisions of the sexes into male and female are constructed social roles and create a gender oppressed culture that must be overthrown. Cloud apparently agrees.
Boy Scouts Like The KKK?
In Can A Scout Be Gay? for Time (April 26, 2000), Cloud portrays the Boy Scouts as akin to the KKK for its policies restricting homosexuals from leadership or membership in the organization.
In the article, Cloud discusses the Supreme Court case of the Boy Scouts of America vs. James Dale. Dale is a homosexual who sued the Boy Scouts for its refusal to allow open homosexuals to be members. Dale eventually lost the case at the Supreme Court. Clouds article was written before the case was decided. Cloud observed: If the Scouts win, they will help activists on the right reinforce a crumbling heteros-only wall around key social institutions (marriage being the most fraught).
Cloud gets his political agenda into the article by quoting others who clearly support his views. He quotes homosexual activists who say that fighting against the Boy Scouts isnt so much on a groups right to exclusivityno one is arguing that the Ku Klux Klan must admit Jewsas it is whether a group like the Boy Scouts, which generally welcomes every boy, can claim that being anti-gay is a part of its core values. (As a practical matter, the NAACP isnt worried: it has filed a brief against the Scouts). In two sentences, Cloud has linked the Scouts with the KKK and racism.
Time Magazine: The Battle With the Facts Over Gay Teens in America
Posted by Stacy L. Harp on October 6, 2005 - 14:03.
Time Magazines cover story for this week is called The Battle Over Gay Teens, however when one takes a few moments to examine the contents of this verbose six-page article the author, John Cloud, really is talking about the promotion and acceptance of gay teens in America.The unbelievable bias for the promotion of gay teens is absolutely amazing despite the fact that Cloud attempts to cite a few conservative or Christian viewpoints.
Here are a few blatant examples of bias that Cloud cites
Cloud cites statistics taken from a book titled The New Gay Teenager, a book by Harvard University Press a well known liberal publisher. Cloud also cites statistics from Berkeley, UCLA, The Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network which all hold an obvious liberal viewpoint. (None are described as liberal.) Totally absent from his research are statistics from any well known conservative and/or Christian organizations.
Another unbelievable distortion that Cloud cites is that, Its important to note that nearly all mental-health professionals agree that trying to reject ones homosexual impulses will usually be fruitless and depressing and can lead to suicide, according to Dr. Jack Drescher of the American Psychiatric Association
The fact is that Dr. Jack Drescher does not speak for all mental health professionals and to say blatantly that all mental health professionals agree that trying to reject ones homosexual impulses is fruitless is frankly untrue. Maybe John Cloud isnt aware that there is a Christian organization for mental health professionals called The American Association of Christian Counselors that undoubtedly have mental health professionals that disagree with Dr. Dreschers statements. Maybe Cloud is unaware of the work of Dr. Warren Throckmorton who has done extensive research in the area of overcoming homosexuality, including producing a DVD called I Do Exist about those who have left homosexuality. Or maybe Cloud just wants the public to believe that everyone in the world thinks promoting homosexuality to gay teens is acceptable.
Another example of bias against those who believe that homosexuality can be changed and is not an acceptable behavior is the denial of the conservative nonprofit group called Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays (PFOX), by the PTA in setting up an exhibit at one of their PTA conferences. The PTA denied the exhibit based on a perceived belief that PFOX had an agenda, and yet the PTA allowed a pro-gay organization called PFLAG Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. The very denial of equal access is evidence of bias against those who choose not to be gay. (Cloud does report this snub in his PFOX paragraphs.)
And also a special note concerning the linkage on the Time magazine website. Time conveniently linked all the gay organizations, but did not link any of the conservative ones in the article. Bias? Yeah...
The article becomes more troubling as you read about a retreat that the liberal and pro-gay Point Foundation gave in Harbor Springs, Michigan. Thirty eight students were given the following in a gift bag at this retreat,
A 9½-oz. jar of American Spoon Sour Cherry Preserves, a Fujifilm QuickSnap Flash camera, a small tin of Trendy Mints from Henri Bendel, New York City , and a DVD of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," a 2001 film in which a teenage boy is masturbated by an adult, The Harbor Springs Visitors Guide, and The Aug. 16 issue of the gay magazine the Advocate, whose cover featured a shirtless man and blared, SUMMER SEX ISSUE.
Cloud makes sure to cite that there was one 17 year old at this retreat who received this R rated DVD that promotes adult-child sex and transsexuality.
Which raises an interesting question why is it okay to tell gay teenagers its okay to have sex with adults, but our society has laws protecting children and teens from adults having sex with them? Remember adults and children having sex together is a criminal act in this country, and yet the promotion of gay teens is allowing for this deviant and criminal allowance. Why?
Time magazine has failed miserably with this week's cover story. The bias and support of child-adult sex is unacceptable, the denial of the facts from a conservative viewpoint is unacceptable and the denial and dismissal of the possibility of successful ex-gays is unacceptable. John Cloud, try again.
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Who's suprised about this? There are other articles written by this homosexual activist. Run a google search on the name.
John Cloud...gay man and a gay journalist. </Phil Hendrie voice.
MSM writer with an agenda? Not possible!
It's amazing how utterly shameless they are in their proselitizing. It's as though their ultimate aim were to make same sex acts mandatory or something.
What's it going to take for us (meaning social conservatives) to really put a stop to this and shove it back in the closet?