Matt at Conservative Hideout posts this info which will not surprise many of you
I know, this could well be classified under ‘Duh,” but a gay website has fully endorsed and admitted that their goal in education is to indoctrinate children. Here are some excerpts…
Warning: Content inappropriate for children!-Matt
In response to New York’s recently introduced marriage equality bill, the so-called National Organization for Marriage got a bunch of pictures of black people and some guy who sounds like Foghorn Leghorn to repeat the same lies about indoctrinating schoolchildren that they ran in 2009. They accuse us of exploiting children and in response we say, “NOOO! We’re not gonna make kids learn about homosexuality, we swear! It’s not like we’re trying to recruit your children or anything.”But let’s face it—that’s a lie. We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it.
Why would we push anti-bullying programs or social studies classes that teach kids about the historical contributions of famous queers unless we wanted to deliberately educate children to accept queer sexuality as normal?
Remember, Prop 8 passed along age lines with the very old voting largely in favor of it. The younger generation doesn’t fear homosexuality as much because they’re exposed to fags on TV, online, and at school. And I don’t know a single lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender person who wants that to stop. I for one certainly want tons of school children to learn that it’s OK to be gay, that people of the same-sex should be allowed to legally marry each other, and that anyone can kiss a person of the same-sex without feeling like a freak. And I would very much like for many of these young boys to grow up and start fucking men. I want lots of young ladies to develop into young women who voraciously munch box. I want this just as badly as many parents want their own kids to grow up and rub urinary tracts together to trade proteins and forcefully excrete a baby.
Well, someone has a potty mouth don’t they? It sounds almost like this clown is trying to mock his own Gayness. I have a simple belief about Homosexuality, I do not really care if someone is Gay, that is their business. But, I am turned off by those who want to stick their sex lives in my face. And any effort to indoctrinate kids is despicable. The “tolerance” this person advocates is not true tolerance. Teaching kids not to be cruel, not to bully, etc is OK But that can be done without pushing a political or social agenda.
I would bet that, despite what Queerty claims, that most Gay people really do not want to indoctrinate anyone. And, I must ask here, if Gay people are “born Gay” why would any indoctrination be necessary? Most Gay folks likely want to live and be left alone. That is the problem with activists, they become obsessed with the issue they are advocating, and forget that most folks do not care about their obsession. That and most activists eventually become complete assholes consumed with their race, or sexual persuasion, or religion or whatever. And that turns most folks off.
This post brought to mind a gal I met back in 1993. We met at the bar at Ruby Tuesday in University Mall in Temple Terrace, Florida. This was before Ruby Tuesday was ruined by corporate douche bags that eventually ruin every good restaurant concept, but that is another post for another time. I lived within walking distance of the mall and went there quite a bit to watch football, drink a few beers, and meet friends. Anyway, one Sunday night, I was having a conversation about politics with some buddies, and our conversation turned to the born Gay or choose to be Gay question.
After a few minutes this girl, Julie, interrupted our conversation. She was obviously a Liberal, and thought she could get me to change my views by calling me on my “Homophobia”. Since I was always up for a debate, and since she looked very nice in a tight sweater, I took the bait and accepted her challenge. She first asked me what I would do if a guy sat beside me and put his hand on my thigh. I said “knock him on his ass” or words to that effect. She said “see, you are Homophobic!” I quickly asked her what she would do if a guy did the same to her. “Slap him” she said. Smiling I shot back, “well, that makes you a Heteraphobe then.” She sat there stunned for a second then said, “No, that is different”. “How so” I asked her “If I am wrong for rebuffing a sexual advance then so are you.” She did not know what to say. In her mind she wanted to argue, but she really couldn’t could she?
Julie, being a Liberal, could not stop there though. She tried to shift the conversation. She next asked me how many Gay people I thought there were. “Maybe 1 or 2 %” I answered. She, of course though that number much higher. She told me that simple having a fantasy, or a dream about a member of the same sex makes a person Gay or Lesbian. I thought for a second and looked at Julie. “So, if a Gay person has a dream about, or a fantasy about a Straight person, then they are Straight right?” Again, she was struck silent. No one had ever forced her to apply logic to her rhetoric before. Her feelings had never been challenged.
After a few more minutes, I offered to buy Julie a cocktail, which she accepted, she drank Amaretto sours if you must know. We talked about things non-political for a bit, then I decided to prod Julie a bit as I said goodnight. Looking deeply into her eyes, they were green, I said, “Julie, you are a pretty girl, let me take you out sometime.” Julie smiled, then said “Girl is a sexist word, I am a woman!” Now it was me who smiled “Julie, how dare you be insensitive to my culture?” She looked confused then I said “I am a Southerner, and we Southerners refer to young women as girls. it part of who we are.” Again, she did not know what to say. Having her “tolerance” turned against her was not something she was used to.
I dated Julie for about three months, much of that time we spend debating, and doing other things unmentionable here. In the end the relationship went stale, great sex, did I mention Julie had a variety of scented oils, costumes (the schoolgirl outfit was my favorite), and man could that girl tie some knots. But great sex by itself is not enough to sustain a relationship. I think about Julie sometimes, wondering what her ideology is today. I would bet she left her Liberal days behind, she was a smart girl, with a good heart. And, if Julie happens to read this, let me say thanks for the memories.
By the way, the hints as to our sex life might or might not be true. I just added them to be funny, and to piss off any Feminists or overly Social Conservatives who might read this. Offending them is one of my guilty pleasures.