Written by scott on August 17th, 2013

Seriously?The latest in our series of the crazy things the anti gay folks are saying and doing around the world.

Gays Are Icky. And Not Born That Way.

San Antonio Councilwoman Elisa Chan was exposed as a homophobe when a recording leaked showcasing her anti-gay views. The Dallas Voice reports:

“I know that this is not politically correct, but I never bought in that you are born gay. I can’t imagine that,” Chan said. Someone then mentions the counter argument is people say they’re born straight, to which Chan replies, “Absolutely. We are born with our sexuality,” she said. “Everything else is behavioral preference…. This is my philosophy, guys,” she said. “Whatever you want to do in your bedroom is none of my business, but do not impose your view on other people, especially becoming policy because personally, I think it’s just disgusting just to even think about.”

Which makes you wonder if Ms. Chan spends an equal amount of time thinking about the sex acts of her straight friends. ‘Cause we bet that can get pretty disgusting, too.

You Can’t Get Married From Back There

And here’s what’s got to be one of the most hilarious arguments yet for keeping marriage to opposite sex couples. From LGBT Weekly:

There appears to be no shortage of theories on why elected officials oppose same-sex marriage. Case in point? Ana Maria Jiménez Ortiz, an elected congresswoman from the Mexican political party PAN in Puebla argued in public that only couples who can look in each other’s eyes during sex should be eligible for marriage. “A marriage should only be considered among people that can look at each other in the eye while having sexual intercourse,” Jiménez Ortiz said.”[That is] something that does not happen in homosexual couples.”

Seriously? Nevermind that gays and lesbians can have sex in multiple positions, or that straights do it dogie-style too. But sexual position as a prerequisite to marriage? The Catholic Church is gonna love that one…


1 Comments so far ↓

  1. draNgNon says:

    there’s a reason it’s called “missionary position.” the Catholic Church absolutely has canon about permitted sexual positions within marriage.

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