Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Gay rights creep me out

Gay activists in the family court first creeped me out when a gay shrink recommended that I be ordered to see a nutritionist about my vegetable rotation. Some recent news items creep me out more.

The Russian Winter Olympics will soon start, and the LGBTQIA folks are all agitated because of LGBT rights in Russia:
In 2013, Russia received criticism from around the world for enacting a law that bans the distribution of "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations" to minors, ...

International rights groups have described the current situation as the worst human rights climate in the post-Soviet era, while Russian human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva has called passage of the law against gay propaganda "a step toward the Middle Ages."
The Russian are free to do whatever they want, except that they cannot promote homosexuality to minors. For people who lived thru Commie oppression, isn't this a triviality? Do they really want to make homosexual seduction of children their big public issue?

Here is the Obama administration at work:
Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday condemned a new law in Nigeria prohibiting same-sex marriages, calling it a “dangerous” restriction on freedom.

“The United States is deeply concerned by Nigeria’s enactment of the Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act,” Kerry said in a statement released by the State Department.
California and about 35 other states enacted same-sex marriage prohibition laws. All civilized countries in world history prohibited same-sex marriage until about ten years ago. Why is this Nigerian law any of our business?

Here is the result of another big gay cause:
After years of campaigning, a royal pardon has been granted to computer pioneer and wartime codebreaker Alan Turing, overturning his conviction over half-a-century ago for ‘gross indecency’ with a 19 year old boy.

For the ‘enlightened classes’, this act of official state forgiveness for a secular homosexual martyr symbolizes the victory of liberal progress over the backward and prejudiced attitudes of the past. In reality, as with same sex marriage and sodomite rights in general, the Alan Turing story is merely a tool that the progressive elite is manipulating in order to disguise the brutal feminist war upon ordinary male heterosexuality.
Turing was a great genius, and this embarrassing episode should have been forgotten. But now he is celebrated for the anal rape of an underage boy.

The biggest recent homosexual child molester story was Jerry Sandusky. The LA Times reports:
Since the Jerry Sandusky scandal blew up several years ago, there have been few figures quieter than Matt Sandusky, the adult son of the convicted sex offender.

The younger Sandusky has stayed entirely out of the public eye, even after he came forward with an offer to testify against his adoptive father at the close of the trial.

That changed on Sunday, when the documentarian Amir Bar-Lev premiered "Happy Valley," his new movie about Joe Paterno, Penn State and the fallout from the Sandusky affair. ...

It's hardly a simple tale. Matt Sandusky initially denied any abuse at the hands of his father. "I had to be loyal to the family. I wasn't going to betray him," he says in the film. But he decided finally to step forward when he heard the of the testimony of one of the victims.

It was a courageous move, not only psychologically but also practically; as the rare named victim in the case, Matt Sandusky has been the subject of bile from conspiracy theorists who believe the trial was a plot to bring down Paterno and Penn State. (He initially declined to participate in the film for fear of exposing himself and his family to further hatred, but agreed in November, prompting Bar-Lev to crash on an interview and re-order the movie just ahead of the Sundance deadline.)
No, it was not courageous. His testimony was that his adoptive father was innocent, until lawyers offered him $2M to change his story. He took the money. They arranged a psychologist to say he had a recovered memory. Jerry was going to prison anyway, as the fix was in. Of course the younger Sandusky is embarrassed and ashamed that he sold out, and is reluctant to talk about it.

Besides Duck Dynasty, another reality TV star (and token white hispanic) has gotten into trouble for not wanting to homosexuality to kids:
Juan Pablo Galavis, the 32-year-old star of The Bachelor ...

The writer asked whether ABC should have a gay or bisexual bachelor on the show. "No," Galavis responded. "Just 'cause I respect them but, honestly, I don't think it's a good example for kids to watch that on TV. It's hard, it's hard, it's a very thin line." ...

ABC, Warner Horizon Television and the Bachelor producers issued a joint statement: "Juan Pablo’s comments were careless, thoughtless and insensitive, and in no way reflect the views of the network, the show’s producers or studio." ...

"Study after study shows that young people raised by gay parents are as happy and healthy as other young people."
No, the studies do not show that. Even if they did, the guy ought to be able to express an opinion.

California voters are now trying to repeal the Co-ed Bathroom Bill. Otherwise California law requires schools to let boys declare themselves transgendered and use the girls restrooms and play on the girls sports teams.

No doubt all the Democrats and major news media will tell us that the initiative is motivated by hate. But we really just want the public schools to ba able to distinguish boys and girls.

I am all in favor of consenting adults having freedom and privacy. But the anti-family LGBTQIA lobby wants much more than that. They want the corruption of schools, children, and foreign countries.

Meanwhile, Barack Obama was on the Jay Leno Tonight Show:
Q You can't grasp that number, no. (Laughter.) Now, I've seen Michelle tease you about your gray hair. You have a bit of silver in your hair. Do you tease back?

THE PRESIDENT: No. (Laughter and applause.) That's why we're celebrating our 21st anniversary. (Laughter.)

Q As I'm married 33 years, I know exactly what you're saying. (Laughter.)
Will someone please check to see if Obama still has two testicles? And tell Michelle to relax.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel reports:
A documentary that explores the controversial movement of women becoming priests in the patriarchal Roman Catholic Church will play in Santa Cruz on Feb. 2 during a screening at Peace United Church.

"Pink Smoke" tells the stories of several women who have risen up against the long-held Catholic church rule that prohibits female priests and how they've been automatically excommunicated from the church they love for their efforts in achieving gender equality.

After the film, there will be a discussion with Father Roy Bourgeois, a priest of 40 years who was dismissed for his support of ordaining women.
This sounds like a joke. No one is excommunicated for efforts in gender equality. They get kicked out for acting against the Church. They can just join the Peace United Church, whatever that is.
"Pink Smoke" -- named for the colored smoke a group of women released in protest outside the Vatican when Pope Francis was named in March 2013 -- hits home for Santa Cruz resident Christine Fahrenbach. She is set to become ordained in the Roman Catholic Womenpriests on Feb. 8.
There are no Roman Catholic Womenpriests.
All along there was a burning desire to be a priest, something she felt as a child.

"If we ever played church, I was always the priest," Fahrenbach said during an interview in her Santa Cruz office. "I've known it since I was a small child, like knowing you're gay. I learned to live with it, with a lot of stress."

Fahrenbach, a lesbian who works as a psychologist, spent time exploring other religions, such as Buddhism, in her attempt to accept the Catholic church's exclusion of female priests. But she never found one that fit as well as Catholicism, she said.

She regularly attends Episcopal services in Capitola, but still considers herself a devout Catholic.
Oh, she is also a lesbian psycho Buddhist Episcopalian!

In 1986, the NY Times could still say that gay men are grown up sissy boys. But little girls do not know that they will be lesbians, so she is living a weird fantasy.
The women are not recognized by the Vatican and hold mass only within small ministry groups outside the traditional church. Fewer than 150 female priests exist worldwide.
There are ZERO female priests. If not recognized by the Vatican, then they are not Catholic priests.

Again, the lesbians are not happy just messing up their own lives. They need to attack everyone else also.

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