Skip to comments.The cure for homosexuality: solution that brought him out of 'gay' life
Posted on 07/23/2002 2:04:07 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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Your words are so true. I never use the word 'gay' in the manner homosexual activists would have everyone do. It rings so false and creepy on my tongue, there is just no way to do it...I don't know how others stand it, either.
The correct word for what they do is homosexual sex...the correct name to call people who engage in this lifestyle is homosexuals. Someone spoke of a name gaining steam that refers to activist homosexuals as SSAD's. Or 'Same Sex Attraction Disorder'. That is an honest name as well.
To my way of thinking the correct term for the physical intimacy employed by those who prefer their own gender is "sodomy."
Where does this author say that, as a homosexual, he engaged in "disgusting" behvior? This is what he says:
"We had it all. We were on top of the world. A beautiful home, a dog, two cats, great friends and a loving, long-term, committed "storybook" relationship. No doubt, we were going to be partners for life. OK, so it wasn't exactly as I pictured it years earlier with Lynn and Claire, but hey, he was the man of my dreams."
Sounds pretty nice, to me. But then the author decided he was fooling himself, and that he would be happier in a heterosexual relationship. (What with the "Lynn and Clare" stuff, it sounds as if he wasn't homosexual, at all.) Well, bully for him. But that doesn't mean that what may have been good for him would be good for everyone (or anyone) else.
You know, I could write an article about how, because I'm happy in my gay relationship, everyone should go gay. Only I wouldn't think of being that presumptuous.
Are you opposed to abortion?
You are more likely than incest to pass on genetic defect if you already have a genetic defect like spinal biffita, downs, cleft pallet
by your standards, they should be regulated before incest, right? What about the mother whose had a hysterectomy and son whose had a vasectomy? It must be OK for father and son because it would be homosexual, right???? You cant answer any of the questions because youre a HYPOCRITE!!!
As I look back on all those years of Tuesday TV nights with my boyfriend, I realize the homosexual lifestyle was a deceitful counterfeit of the "real" thing. My partner and I were like the children in my childhood of days gone by. We were two men who thought we had the world in the palm of our hands when in fact, we had nothing at all. We were two lost souls, living in a world of make believe two emotionally hurting boys playing house, desperately clinging onto each other night after night, week after week, year after year.
My guess is you can relate to this deep down, inside there where you hurt, big time. Oh I know how happy you are...you have made that clear.
Thing is...your words don't tell the same story.
As if no "sheer ick factor" exists in one man sticking his **** in another man's ***.
Neither of us are physically capable of having children. So does that make it okay? On what legal basis could you say that it is not, since it is between two consenting adults? What business is it of yours what I do in my bedroom?
As for homosexuality not fitting in with your moral standards, I would suggest that you don't engage in same-sex relations.
Don't have to worry about that (I prefer sex with my brother). And I would appreciate it if you and your homosexual friends would quit trying to shove your deviant lifestyle down my throat and the throats of young innocent schoolchildren.
But don't expect gay people to "change" just because of your moral standards.
And don't expect society's view of homosexual behavior to change because homosexual activists insist of cramming it down our throats.
You misunderstand me, my friend. What I consider homosexuality is my business; what you consider it is yours. I'm sure we won't agree on it. I have homosexual friends; I observe their lifestyles. I read what the CDC says regarding homosexual practices. I observe what's happened in my Church, the Catholic Church. I can make up my own mind about what I think about it. But I have nothing against you or your happiness. It's a free country. If what you do makes you happy and fulfilled, that's fine with me. My gripe is when my kids are approached and prosyletized and pushed to believe things about homosexuality which I believe are completely wrong and frequently even dangerous. Further, many homosexual men push to be in close contact with our teenage sons. They don't have that right. I don't concede it. Many people are perfectly content to live and let live - until their children are affected. At that point - watch out!
I also notice how "gay" men spend a good amount of time on their grooming/looks while "gay" women let the looks go. I've been informed by a rightie that that's because guys look at the outside, girls look at the inside of a person. So when trying to pick up guys, one must look nice. When trying to pick up girls, one must have nice insides.
... and, when you put the two together, you can achieve an appropriate balance and harmony.
This is precisely my point: The author describes his personal feelings at one point, and then describes his personal feelings at a later point. Fine. I have no reason to doubt that his feelings have changed.
Nor do I see any reason to leave my happy relationship just because he left his. I mean, if I were to post a testimonial from a guy who's happy now that he left his wife for another guy, would you feel at all inclined to drop your wife (assuming you're married)?
And I am not going to tell you again that I'm happy, so please quit the solicitousness. It's rude, and it's tantamount to doubting my honesty, which I do not appreciate.
The question is this: If you get a divorce, is you ex-wife still legally your sister?