The Gays are Pod People
Linda Harvey thinks gays absorb the personalities of other people. Joe.My.God reports:
“The labels others put on us do not become who we are unless we have a really shaky sense of our own identity. This problem does come up often when those who have left homosexuality talk, for instance, about how they once felt empty, not identifying at all with other boys or girls. Sometimes that results in a person wanting to absorb the personality and identity of another person, even someone of the same sex, because the vacant feeling inside is so great. A troubled relationship with one’s parents can leave a child with that missing element, and when others seem to have meaning and purpose, the feelings of self pity can be overwhelming.”
It is amazing to me how this woman taught that authority about something that she knows a little about. The paragraph above has nothing to do with how I grew up as a closeted gay man. In fact it wasn’t until I accepted my own identity as a gay man that I no longer felt empty. I don’t pretend to know what it was like for you growing up – so don’t pretend to know me.
You Don’t Really Want Gay Marriage – You’re Just Confused
US Representative Ted Yoho thinks we’re all just confused about marriage. The Dallas Voice reports:
Enter U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Florida, who, at a recent town hall meeting, said, “I’m a Christian conservative. I believe marriage is between a man and a woman,” to much applause… Yoho went on to say, “More importantly, I think it’s a sad state of affairs in America today that we as a society are so confused that we have to redefine what marriage is. It’s an institution that’s been around for thousands of years and I feel like it’s ordained by God, and are we that confused as a country that we have to start redefining these things?”
Yes, if we’d all just get our heads straight (pardon the pun) and marry the opposite sex person of our dreams… Or better yet, just go away.
Gays Should Be Harnessed
And over in Kazakhstan, a member of Parliament wants to harness all the gays. But not in the good way. LGBT Weekly reports:
Member of the Majilis (the lower chamber of the parliament) Aldan Smaiyl: “I asked to ban gay-clubs, demonstrations and any and all of these disgusting relations. I received a reply that Kazakhstan had no such law (allowing to close the clubs),” the deputy said.
“Ideally, there should not even be any discussions about it, as homosexuality is a clearly unacceptable behavior. We have always said that our country is different, not like Europe,” remarked Kazakhstan MP Murat Akhmadiyev. But despite the ominous talk, Akhmadiyev added that he believes that gays should not be infringed on their rights. “There are many representatives of sexual minorities in Kazakhstan and banning the same-sex relationships altogether would be inappropriate. But, in his opinion the further “spread of homosexuality in Kazakhstan should be harnessed and suppressed.”
There’s nothing like harnessing a few gays to make a country run smoother.