Look out, heteros! Gay rights are gonna get your children!

When I was an undergrad in college, I had the misfortune of having a professor who was a gay rights activist.  He took great pleasure whenever the opportunity presented itself to take swipes at the Bible and Christianity.  His attacks, however, encouraged me to study God’s word even deeper to defend my Christian viewpoints when I shared them in class and this brought me closer to God.  It also gave me the opportunity to see what the gay rights movement would be planning for the future.

Much of what he said the gay rights movement would accomplish has come to pass such as the positive portrayal of such characters on television and in movies, their adoption of children, and their becoming a protected class under civil rights clauses.  But these seemingly innocent progressions are only established as the groundwork for more sinister things they want to accomplish.

In this professor’s defense of the sodomitic lifestyle, he tried to make it seem as if sodomites are innocent, normal, and harmless.  One of his arguments was that since sex in modern society is mainly for pleasure and not for procreation, people should be free to have sex with whomever they pleased.  He also argued that male-female sexual relationships for the sake of procreation is passé since the earth is overpopulated and resources are scarce (a big fat lie).  Additionally, he stated that great empires such as the Greek and Roman empires accepted sodomy openly and even had sodomite leaders (like the Spartan warriors of Greece and some of the Caesars of Rome) which served to strengthen their empires.  I made the argument that this did not strengthen, but weakened their empires because sodomy contributed to their corrupt practices which eventually led to their fall.

Here are some of the goals of sodomites and lesbians that he said should be accepted but haven’t been yet:

  • Sex with children is normal.  After all, the Greeks and Romans did it all the time.  So laws that keep adults from having sex with children no matter what the child’s age, should be repealed.  (This is one of the reasons gay couples want to adopt children and why they want access to child-centered organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Boy Scouts.  The other reason being that they want to brainwash the next generation into thinking sodomy is normal.)
  •  Censorship is evil unless it favors the gay rights movement.  So using any language against homosexuals should be as unacceptable as the n-word is.
  • Since sex is used mainly for pleasure, as many heterosexuals as possible should be converted to the homosexual lifestyle or at the very least persuaded to be bisexual.

One thing my professor did admit (which shocked me) is that homosexuality is a learned behavior and no one is born gay.  I expected him to make the argument that people are born that way.  If I had someone teaching this at a college in the late 80’s to early 90’s, just imagine what is being taught at our universities today!

“Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate [men who play the whore with other men], nor abusers of themselves with mankind [men who fornicate with men], … shall inherit the kingdom of God.” (1 Corinthians 6:9-10)

–posted by Harry A. Gaylord–

8 thoughts on “Look out, heteros! Gay rights are gonna get your children!

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  1. That professor sounds like he was a nightmare to have as a student. Going to college in the early 70’s, I never had anyone like that as a teacher. You’re right; it’s undoubtedly much worse now on our college campuses. God help the young people!


  2. As a Christian Gay, I do not support that kind of activism. Gay should redirect their efforts in promoting chastity and holiness among members. It is sad because people think that all gays are immoral.


  3. David,

    I’m saying what follows out of my concern and love for you, not to slam homosexuals. If you think it’s okay to be actively involved in sexual relations with another man and still call yourself a Christian, you’re wrong. As a matter of fact, any sex outside of what God ordains as marriage (a male and female in covenant together) is sinful.

    According to the word of God, all gays are immoral. The scripture I stated in this post goes on to say that the sins listed (including homosexuality) should be part of a Christian’s past, not their present or future. So I would admonish you in the name of the Lord Jesus (if you sincerely love him) to repent and do the true works that God wants you to do.


  4. Hahaha I haven’t laughed so hard in ages. This is great satire Mr Gaylord, you’ve captured the silliness of fundy Christians perfectly. All of those references to “sodomitic” behaviour and the like – classic! I look forward to your next post. LOL


  5. As an Evangelical Christian with friends who are gay, I search for a Christ-like compassionate response. One thing I think we need is perspective. I’d like your input on my recent post – “I’m OK, You’re All Gay”


  6. pistolpete,

    I read your post as requested. However, I’m not sure what type of input you want from me. You were asking for responders to ask themselves how gay they would consider themselves. I have to be honest it seemed like the sin of homosexuality is being taken lightly by your post and the responses, so I declined to leave a comment.

    There seemed to be an underlying theme in your post and its comments about married men who are gay-curious, or maybe I misunderstood. If that is the underlying theme I admit I find it repulsive. We have enough married men in our society who cheat on their wives with other men so why joke about it? Pornography and the gay rights movement are promoting this adulterous behavior and we as Christians should stand against it.

    I was raised to have respect for all people, no matter what their status in life or lifestyle. However, when I tried to be friends or friendly with homosexuals, they always took it the wrong way so I don’t let them get too close to me although I don’t mind having light conversation with them in social settings.

    Should we mock sin or make light of it? Proverbs 14:9 says fools mock sin. Since I don’t want to be a fool, I won’t make light of this sin.


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