The gay movement has long since embraced itself without blushing. With all of their flaunting and public coddling, the gay movement could almost be called the In-Your-Face-Movement. At the heart of it, there is a rebellious attitude: "I'll live the way I want and who cares what you think," some say. "Gay and proud," others boast. And this is one of many things that's so troubling about this group—no shame. Dulled sensitivities to right and wrong give proof of their life gone astray.
The gay lifestyle mocks love by promoting an attitude of "What I want is most important." What a terrible distortion to portray this lifestyle as one of compassion and liberty, as the media often does.
You can be anything today, including a transvestite, but don't you dare oppose homosexuality. And whatever you do, don't call it wrong. Who are you to impose your morality on others?
Yet it's OK for homosexuals to promote their lifestyle among elementary school children. That's not pushing their morality onto others, that's just being open minded and exercising free speech.
The gay movement is bent on getting the rest of us to cheer for their lifestyle so they don't have to feel bad about themselves in the morning. They don't want to wrestle with guilt, so maybe they can convince the rest of us to applaud them.
Oh that Americans would be aghast when perversity is paraded in front of them as a symbol of freedom. I am embarrassed for the shameless gay movement that puts the priority of its own dark pleasures above what is decent.
I know, what a mean thing to say. After all, I'm just another bigoted homophobe, right? But I can't help it. I was born that way.