Skip to comments.The Truth About the Homosexual Rights Movement
Posted on 07/04/2013 9:53:13 AM PDT by jonno
There was a "gay" bookstore called Lobo's in Austin, Texas, when I was living there as a grad student. The layout was interesting. Looking inside from the street all you saw were books. It looked like any other bookstore. There was a section devoted to classic "gay" fiction by writers such as Oscar Wilde, Gertrude Stein, and W.H. Auden. There were biographies of prominent "gay" icons, some of whom, like Walt Whitman, would probably have accepted the homosexual label, but many of whom, like Whitman's idol, President Lincoln, had been commandeered for the cause on the basis of evidence no stronger than a bad marriage or an intense same-sex friendship. There were impassioned modern "gay" memoirs, and historical accounts of the origins and development of the "gay rights" movement. It all looked so innocuous and disarmingly bourgeois. But if you went inside to browse, before long you noticed another section, behind the books, a section not visible from the street. The pornography section. Hundreds and hundreds of pornographic videos, all involving men, but otherwise catering to every conceivable sexual taste or fantasy. And you would notice something else too. There were no customers in the front. All the customers were in the back, rooting through the videos. As far as I know, I am the only person who ever actually purchased a book at Lobo's. The books were, in every sense of the word, a front for the porn. - snip -
(Excerpt) Read more at virtueonline.org ...
I have linked to this article a number of times. However, given the recent SC decision, I thought it might be helpful to post it to the forum at large.
This is a long article (a half-hour to an hour read), but (imo) is worth the time spent.
Hundreds and hundreds of pornographic videos, all involving men,
lol. What else would they have in a gay book store? I just think that sentence is ridiculous. All gay people are sick and apparently the author was a big customer since he is so aware of the set up of the store.
Some places stock dead inventory that never sells to have sufficient non-”sexually explicit” material as to not be classified as a “sexually oriented business”.
Now why again, did the writer buy a book from a fag store?
He thought of himself as gay for 20 years, he says.
Too long winded this article I will say this: This is a job for film maker James O’keefe.
Yes, he says he thought of himself as gay for 20 years.
The book store is sort of a metaphor for the whole gay rights movement.
This is really good. Thanks for posting.
Our culture has accepted two huge lies:
1) If you disagree with someones lifestyle you must fear or hate them.
2) To love someone means you agree with everything they believe or do.
Both of these concepts are nonsense. You do not have to compromise your personal convictions to be compassionate.
Ok thanks. I thought the 2nd part of the article is his fantasy about becoming a priest.
Homosexuals have the right to be homosexuals, but they do not have the right to pedophilia or telling others they must accept their sexually deviant behaviors such as having unsupervised access to our children.
No, there’s no info to be gained by O Keefe when we mostly know (or don’t want to know) what goes on in a homo store.
Wait a minute, being gay is normal, it’s just an alternative life style. I know my wife and I have spent many romantic nights in roadside rest areas and bus station bathrooms. (sarc)
The apartment building next door to mine is homosexual-only. Their lifestyle gets exposed every time one of them has a sidewalk sale. I get a kick out of these guys sitting there selling a full closet worth of evening dresses.
It's the best article I have ever read exposing the anti Christian homosexual movement.
And you can bet that is where they are going. They want it so that we are legally gagged from protesting about the math teacher who wears a dress and a moustache while teaching our kids.
Next stop, lower the age of consent.
They also don’t have a right to other people’s children.
That was an excellent article, jonno. Thanks for posting the link.
As a Christian, I feel only sadness when I think about the direction this country is heading. Homosexuality is a terrible affliction, and I pity homosexuals. That would probably infuriate them, but I do believe they are a very sad lot indeed.
I liked the author’s conclusion that it doesn’t even pay to attempt to debate scripture with homosexuals. They are either right or wrong. If wrong, the wickedness and degeneracy of their lives will eventually be obvious to all.
Perhaps America needs to permit the “gay marriage” delusion in order to see where it leads. As the author wrote, it doesn’t lead to happy, monogamous homosexual marriages. I wish we could avoid the pain and suffering this will bring to so many people (who could make peace with God and stop striving for evil), but people often don’t learn until they suffer the results of their errors.
I oppose sodomite marriage to be sure, but I’m resigned to the fact that America is probably going to choose to play with this particular fire. I will do whatever I can to warn people and stop us from making a terrible mistake, but I respect freedom and liberty, too. God gives us the freedom to choose between good or evil, too. I hope we choose good. I’m prepared for evil.
As a Christian, my future is assured. No matter what course America takes, God keeps His word to His believers. It will all be OK either way for those of us who love the Lord.
A long read, but definitely worth the effort.