Why All Major Religions and Cultures Agree Marriage is Man-Woman

Homo-fanatics hate Christians and hate real marriage, and often ask “Why do you want to impose your Christian morality on a secular society?” That is not what we are doing if we support real marriage. All religions and cultures have always defined marriage as the union of a man to a woman, because this arises out of thousands of years of experience and wisdom.

To change that harms children and what harms children harms society.

I recently spoke with a bright college student fresh from her Gender Studies class who wanted to know why Christians were trying to “force their morality upon a secular society” by supporting traditional marriage.  It’s a good question, and one that we should be ready to answer.

From a Christian perspective sex is relational, covenantal, intimate, fruitful, selfless, complex (involving the mind, soul, and body), complimentary and symbolic- that is, giving us a picture of the union of Christ and the church. But I’m certain she couldn’t care less about my well-churched rhetoric because from the secular perspective, sex is about fun.

From an evolutionary standpoint however, sex is for one thing and one thing only: baby-making. The problem is that this baby-making activity demands much more from women than men.

It is the woman whose body will be burdened and stretched (literally) for nine months of pregnancy.  She will have to endure labor and delivery. She will be vulnerable and dependent as she recovers and meets the demands of a helpless and needy infant. Her availability to work and provide for herself and her child is hindered for several years as the child grows. Her anatomy demands that she be present for the birth of the baby.  And after delivery, her brain and body are wired for infant attachment- making it highly unlikely that she’ll abandon her child.

The problem is that biology does not demand anything more of the man than, on average, a 2-3 minute contribution.

Every culture and religion throughout history has understood that when the father is absent, the child, the mother, and by extension all of society, suffers as a result.  Whether in 200 B.C during the Han Dynasty or 2017 America, children who grow up fatherless (and their mothers) are more vulnerable to poverty and exploitation.  They are more likely to be involved in criminal activity and less likely to become responsible citizens, not to mention a host of other risks. Therefore, every community throughout history has wrestled with the same problem: How do you require of men what biology makes optional? 

Interestingly, nearly every religion has come up with the same answer: society-wide expectations that a man commit to a woman prior to sex and remain committed to her, and only her, throughout his life. And up until the last ten minutes of history, we have all called this “marriage.”

The five major religions of the world disagree about:

  • The nature of God
  • The nature of man
  • The problem in this world
  • The solution to this problem
  • The nature of the afterlife

And yet each faith encourages monogamy, complementary, and permanence in sexual relationships.  Each faith independently developed these marital norms because they recognized that it was good not just for men, women and children, but for society at large.

What does that tell us?  That marriage has much more to do with being human than it does with being Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish or Christian.  A Buddhist teen, a Hindu sixth-grader, a Sunni boy, a Jewish girl and a Lutheran adolescent may have little in common when it comes to their religious life.  But I guarantee that if those kids are being raised by a single mother, they all have laid awake at night wondering “Where is my father?” and “Does he love me?” But don’t take my word for it. Why don’t you ask several fatherless children of various faiths that you know whether or not they wish they had a dad and let me know what they say.

Except you wouldn’t ask those questions because you know the answer will be one of pain and heartache, if they are able to choke words out at all.  All the “sex-positive” cultural messaging is powerless in the face of a child who has had to pay for their parents belief that they had a “right” to sexual expression, freedom, and pleasure.

The issue of marriage, especially civil marriage, has less to do with religion and everything to do with biology. Primarily, the fact that children need both of their parents so that they can mature and thrive.  But that means demanding that adults channel their sexual behavior into faithful life-long marriage. Without the society-wide expectation that men commit prior to sex, there is little protection for women from whom biology demands so much. And there is no provision, protection and involvement from the men for whom children so desperately long.

After we talked through the statistics on fatherless children, the complementary nature of mothering and fathering, and the power of biology in parenting, I asked my young college friend this question. “Given that no-fault divorce removed the expectation of marital permanence, and same-sex marriage has removed the expectation of a father or mother’s involvement, how can we encourage men to make this costly life-long sacrifice to women and children?

As I mentioned, she is a smart woman. Smart enough to know there was no good answer.

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LGBT Extremists Attack Christian Party Office with Van

The homo-fascists in Australia are furious that they have not yet forced through the re-definition of marriage against democratic decisions. So they are resorting to violence again…and again …and again.

Sometimes they just send death-threats or commit acts of petty vandalism (such as throwing rotten eggs at the windows of the building of Australian Christian Lobby office in Canberra).  But sometimes the violence is more serious. Last December a man in a van filled with gas bottles rammed it into the building and caused a major fire. 

Yet he walked away claiming he had no political motivation and it was an “accident”.  Since then the building has been repeatedly vandalized, having its windows broken and abusive slogans such as “kill the homophobes” scawled over its walls.

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/21/van-explodes-ramming-australian-christian-lobby-office-canberra/

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Rentboy found dead at home of Ed Buck, homosexual Democrat donor and activist in California

A young afro-American man named Gemmel Moore has been found dead after working as a rent-boy for Edward Buck,  prominent wealthy homosexual who was a Democrat donor and activist. Moore, 26, had reported a year earlier that Buck was, like so many homosexuals, “kinky” in his tastes and liked to combine sex and drugs. He had previously injected Gemmel and other rentboys with dangerous narcotics because it turned him on to see them get high.

Ed Buck

Moore’s death has so far been ascribed to an “accidental” meth overdose, but since Buck supplied the drugs and urged them to take them as part of the service, this should really be treated as a murder case. 

Gemmel ‘s parents are devastated, as anyone would be, to lose their son this way. He went into “sex work” as a means of earning a living, and instead it was a means of dying. Drug abuse is frequently a part of the so-called “gay” lifestyle, along with bondage and mutual harm. They call it “chem-sex”.

The homosexual lifestyle is not “gay” and it’s not a case of “love is love”. Queerdom is twisted. This was perversion. Queer activities are bent, unnatural and dangerous, and what happened to this young man is a tragedy that should be a warning to the whole of America and the whole of the world.

#NO2LGBT

 

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Home  BREAKING  Sex, Politics, Meth and Death in West Hollywood

The Los Angeles County Coroner has reported the death of Gemmel Moore, 26, of an accidental meth overdose at 7:22 p.m. on July 27 at the West Hollywood home of high-profile Democratic Party donor and political activist, Ed Buck. The youth’s death reportedly occurred just hours after he left his family in Texas in order to join Buck.

While a case detail report filed by the medical examiner lists the manner of Gemmel Moore’s death as an “accident” and its cause as “methamphetamine use,” the deceased man’s mother told the WeHo Times that something more nefarious may have occurred in the short hours between when her son hopped on a plane using a ticket she says was purchased by the well connected Buck, and the moment he took his final breath.

“I called one of my son’s friends and was like, ‘who the hell is Edward Buck?’” LaTisha Nixon said, speaking from her home in Spring Texas during a phone interview.  “And my son’s friend was like, ‘oh my God, that’s that white guy, that wealthy white politician guy… he was like ‘oh my God…’”

Buck, a one-time Republican, came to Southern California from Arizona several years ago and gained a reputation for making generous donations to the Californiaand L.A. County Democratic Party and chair of Stonewall Democratic Club’s Political Affairs Committee.

LaTisha Nixon says she learned that her son, who was unemployed, had recently been doing sex work. She told the WeHo Times that her son’s friend was also engaged in similar activity—and that they had a client in common.

Gemmel Moore with his sister and mother

“When he calmed down, he told me that Ed Buck was one of my son’s clients and that Ed Buck was one of his clients as well,” Nixon said. “[Buck] would have my son to go out to… Santa Monica Boulevard looking for young gay black guys so he could inject them with drugs, see their reaction and how [they] would react and take pictures of them.”

Nixon says a detective from the West Hollywood Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department who called her following her son’s death said no drugs or paraphernalia were found at Buck’s home.

Nevertheless, Nixon is steadfast in her accusations about the activist’s alleged fetish for getting young African American men high.

“[He] would supply heroin, meth and other drugs to him to smoke or use with a needle,” Nixon alleges. “Buck would pleasure himself at the sight of my son using drugs…”

She asserted that Gemmel Moore’s friends told her, “the bigger the cloud of smoke,” the bigger the reward from Buck, who “would excitedly encourage [Gemmel] to increase his dosage by saying, ‘more, more, and I’ll give you $500 more.’”

Multiple attempts to reach Ed Buck for comment by phone had yielded no result as of publication time.

One of Moore’s friends with whom WeHo Times spoke described his relationship with the deceased man as one between “true, lifelong friends, not friends like you get in the gay world.”

The man, who gave WeHo Times his full name, but because of his vocation as a sex worker asked to be identified only as “Cameron,” says he also used drugs supplied by Ed Buck in the latter man’s apartment.

After accurately describing the interior of the apartment, with which this reporter is personally familiar, Cameron told WeHo Times Buck asked him if he’d ever “slammed,” a street term for intravenous meth use.

“I told him no, and that would take more money,” Cameron said, describing Buck’s reaction as “excited.”

Cameron said Ed Buck seemed to “get off on getting you higher and higher.”

The trouble that led to Gemmel’s death last week may have had its genesis a year ago. That was when LaTisha Nixon heard from Gemmel by phone. He was in a panic.

“My son filed a police report,” Nixon told WeHo Times. “…He filed a police report because he said that Buck had held him in his apartment or whatever and had shot him up with a needle with something he didn’t’ know what it was. He called me crying. Three minutes on the phone hollering and I’m like ‘What the hell is going on?’ He said ‘this man, he shot me up with something I don’t even know what it is,’ and I’m like, my son is having a breakdown or episode. But he sent me pictures of his arm, his arm was red.”

At the time of this publication, WeHo Times had not yet been able to obtain copies of the alleged police report nor of the photos Nixon claims depict her son’s arm after the alleged incident a year ago.

“Gemmel got scared and at the urging of relatives and few close friends who knew of these outrageous encounters; my son came home to me in Texas to get away,” Nixon continued. “Yes, my son was an adult and didn’t live a fairy tale perfect life, but he didn’t deserve to die this way.”

Ed Buck cuts a formidable swath through West Hollywood, L.A. County and national Democratic Party politics. Beginning in 1987 Arizona politics as a registered Republican leading the charge to recall then-Governor Evan Mecham, Ed Buck’s move to West Hollywood and into the Democratic Party saw him closely supporting several congressional members, state and local officials with generous donations and political advice.

http://www.wehotimes.com/sex-politics-meth-death-west-hollywood/

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Childhood Rape and Trauma led to Transgender behaviour

Danni Smith now calls herself a “man”. But it is clear that she was born a girl. And it is clear that she had the most appalling childhood possible, being raped and abused by her stepfather and other paedophiles.

Is it surprising that she does not want to be a woman? Turning herself into a “man” is obviously her way of coping with all the trauma she went through, and starting a new identity. While we feel very sorry for how much she has suffered, and hope she gets love and support for the rest of her life, we do not ignore the fact that being a trannie is NOT normal, and not a healthy sign.  It is a symptom of something gone badly wrong.

Danni Smith suffered an appalling childhood (Image: Nicholas Bowman/Sunday Mirror)

Nine years of hell: Child who was beaten, starved and raped by stepdad – then passed around to other paedophiles

Danni Smith, now 26, had to rummage through bins for food and was handcuffed for days in a locked bedroom covered in animal mess – but social services did nothing to help

Abuse victim Danni Smith (Image: Nicholas Bowman/Sunday Mirror)
Tragic Danni Smith suffered an appalling childhood – beaten, starved, imprisoned and raped by his [her] stepdad for nine years.

He [she]had to rummage through bins for food and was handcuffed for days in a locked bedroom covered in animal mess. The stepdad passed Danni to other ­paedophiles to be abused and by seven he had repeat dly tried to kill himself.

Social workers knew about the abuse for at least two years yet did not take him [her] from the house of horror.  Danni, now 26, has won a five-figure payout from Brighton and Hove Council after a bitter 11-year fight to get the files which reveal the shocking negligence.Council chiefs repeatedly tried to block him from accessing the records showing the horrors by cynically claiming it would be bad for his mental health.

Danni Smith as a schoolgirl  – so she was plainly born a girl and is really a woman.
He first applied for them when he turned 16 in 2006. Legally they should have been sent to him within 40 days. The files reveal what the authorities knew about his chidhood. They show he was badly neglected by his mum, who admitted the sex assaults may have begun when Danni was just four. Neither parent can be named for legal reasons. Danni was so hungry he’d eat plaster from the walls and says his stepdad let other paedophiles molest him. He told the Sunday People: “Most people’s earliest memory is something to treasured. Mine is of being raped by my stepdad.“When I wasn’t being abused, I was locked in a room for days on end, often handcuffed. It was filthy and there were animal ­faeces everywhere. “The only food I was ever given was a Marmite sandwich, twice a week if I was very lucky. I never had a birthday or a Christmas present. I’d ask ­strangers to be my mummy.

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“Social workers knew what was happening and chose to do ­nothing. No one who failed me has ever said sorry.

“I think they hoped I’d give up trying to find out why they turned their backs on me, but I never would have let it go. I’m determined this won’t happen to another innocent child.”

Danni was eventually taken into care in June 1999, two years after neighbours told social ­services of their fears he was being abused.

Social workers first ­noticed unexplained bruising on his face when he was just six months but, bizarrely, removed him from the child protection register several times.

Born a girl, Danni, who has changed his name now identifies as trans-masculine.

When he was taken into care aged nine, doctors identified horrific injuries to his genitals consistent with brutal sex abuse. Before this, social workers ­observed him, aged four, watching a porn film.

His stepdad’s filthy collection, including child abuse and bestiality images, were on the same tapes as ­kids’ toons.

This was ­just months ­after social workers ­saw Danni locked in a ­bedroom with black leather handcuffs round his ankles. [This is the sort of sicko behaviour that the #LGBT parades are always keen to normalize].

In 2015, his stepdad was jailed for 22 years at Hove Crown Court after being found guilty of six counts of indecent assault, five of rape and two of sexual assault against another child, aged just four.

Danni did not feel strong enough to give evidence against him. He said: “Before my second birthday, I was rummaging in bins looking for food. I’d be lucky if I was given two sandwiches a week.

The poem he wrote called Dance with the Silver Devil (Image: Nicholas Bowman/Sunday Mirror)

Brave victim tells how he was forced to eat HAMSTER food by ‘monster’ mum who beat and starved him

On one rare visit to my aunt’s, I was astonished when she gave me a proper meal and asked if I’d had enough to eat.

“Our house was utterly filthy but I thought it was normal to be locked in a room for days without food, or tied up and handcuffed.

“Like any small child, I was desperate for a hug, for someone to tell me that they loved me or that they were proud of me but it never happened.

“Instead, I was sexually abused over and over again. It was excruciating, because I was so little.

“I knew it was wrong but I didn’t dare speak out for fear of what my stepdad would do. Sometimes, he’d let others abuse me, too. I was worthless to him.”

Danni would turn up at school so filthy and infested with head lice that no child wanted to be his friend.

Yet he dreaded going home and once threw a table at a teacher so he’d be kept behind after class.

Danni repeatedly attempted suicide and even threatened it in front of a social worker when he was seven.

Danni would turn up at school so filthy and infested with head lice (Image: Nicholas Bowman/Sunday Mirror)

Months earlier he had told neighbours about the rapes but social services took six months to launch a probe. Yet just months later social workers considered ending their involvement with the family.

Danni said: “I could’ve been spared a lot of this trauma if information had been acted on earlier. By the time I was taken into care, the damage was done. I had no idea what it felt like to be loved or cherished.”

Just weeks after being taken into care, Danni’s interim foster carers threw him a party for his ninth birthday and showered him with gifts. He said: “I burst into tears. I was so bewildered and confused by the unconditional love and attention. No one had bought me a birthday gift before.”

But Danni found it ever harder to cope with his past and began self harming and boozing. He wrote a poem about cutting himself called Dance with the Silver Devil.

His mum has divorced his stepdad but still lives in the house where Danni was abused. He said she had never been a mum to him and he is glad his stepdad is in jail.

Danni has post-traumatic stress disorder and fears he’ll never find love or have his own family. He said: “I grew up thinking it was impossible anyone would ever love me.

That’s something which is very hard to shake off. I’d be terrified to bring children into a world where such evil exists.”

Specialist child abuse solicitors Dino Nocivelli and Joseph Carr, of Bolt Burdon Kemp represented Danni and describe his case as a “huge failing” on the council’s part.

Joseph said: “There were so many opportunities to intervene and put Danni into a place of safety but Danni was let down, time and time again.

“As a consequence of these gross failures he suffered the very worst neglect and abuse imaginable which has had a terrible impact on his life.”

The council said an independent social care expert was looking into its practices following the case. A spokesman said: “We are acutely aware of, and very much regret, the pain and suffering caused to Danni Smith during his time in the family home.”

Joseph added: “It is shocking the council has still not acknowledged their failures or offered an apology of any sort for what Danni has been through.”

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/nine-years-hell-youngster-beaten-10977131

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Dr. Church now fired from 4 Boston hospitals over LGBT medical comments

The horrific treatment of Dr. Paul Church has become a nightmare – affecting him, of course, but ultimately all of us as well. Because he told the medical truth and refused to bow to political correctness on this critical public health issue, he has now been banned from four prominent Boston area hospitals and a urology clinic.

This is the frightening state of today’s medical profession.

Dr. Church is a urologist who was on the staff of several major Boston area hospitals and clinics for nearly 30 years. He was on the faculty of Harvard Medical School. He has done research on diagnosing prostate and bladder cancer, and has spoken to educational and civic groups on the subject of high-risk sexual behaviors.

In 2015, as we reported, Dr. Church was expelled from the staff of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) where he had worked for 28 years. The reason? His comments to colleagues that homosexuality is medically unhealthy and that a hospital should not be promoting and celebrating that behavior in “gay pride” events and other hospital-sponsored activities.

Subsequently, he was expelled from two more Boston area hospitals, Brigham & Women’s Faulkner, where also had worked for 28 years, and Beth Israel Deaconess-Needham, where had worked for over six years. Both hospitals admitted that they did not expel Dr. Church because of anything he said or did at those hospitals. He had a perfect performance record. They expelled him because of his original comments made at BIDMC.

After being expelled by the three hospitals, Dr. Church needed a hospital for patient referrals. A fourth hospital, St. Elizabeth’s in Boston, made an offer in 2016 to bring Dr. Church onto their staff, but then abruptly cancelled it. He had been approved by hospital officials all the way up the ladder to join St. Elizabeth’s. Contracts had been signed and even business cards had been printed up. But as he was about to start work, he was informed that they had disapproved his credentialing. The administrators cited “other disputes” and his hiring was cancelled. Dr. Church later found out that hospital officials feared repercussions by the LGBT community for his views expressed at BIDMC.

He has also been dismissed from an independent urology clinic. In addition to the four hospitals, Dr. Church was asked to leave the staff of Men’s Health Boston, a urology clinic where he had been in practice for more than 10 years. He was told that the reason was his dispute at BIDMC. They told him, “We don’t agree with what you’re doing,” and that the BIDMC issue would be “bad for business.”

At no time throughout his career had Dr. Church ever been accused of any discrimination in his treatment of patients, nor had there been any complaints at all from patients.

Currently, Dr. Church continues to see some patients at a private office in suburban Boston. But without hospital staff privileges, he can no longer do hospital work or perform needed surgeries himself. His livelihood has been significantly impacted as a result.

The medical profession is out of control

What is going on?

Most people don’t realize how extensively the medical profession is ignoring critical medical and public health risks in favor of outrageous LGBT political correctness, and has even incorporated that ideology into their institutions.

All the major Boston hospitals now participate in the annual “Gay Pride Week” – a public display of sexual and emotional dysfunction. They also heavily promote LGBT events and issues internally. […]

Source: Dr. Church now fired from 4 Boston hospitals over LGBT medical comments

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Lesbian mom asks Christian judge to recuse himself from divorce case | AL.com

According to the story, she got the same kind of treatment the last two carpet munchers got….but you will have to read the the last paragraph to find out the answer. –Admin

Tiara Brooke Lycans asked the judge in her divorce case to recuse himself. He did not, so she petitioned the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals. (Facebook photo)

A lesbian mother in Alabama has asked a Christian judge in DeKalb Circuit Court to recuse himself from her divorce case because of his stance against homosexuality.

Tiara Brooke Lycans, in her divorce case against husband Zachary Thomas Lycans, filed two motions earlier this year asking trial Judge Shaunathan C. Bell to recuse himself from the case. Bell declined to recuse himself both times.

Tiara Lycans then petitioned the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, which on Thursday also denied her request for recusal.

She has argued in her requests for recusal that Bell has for 15 years been a preacher at a fundamentalist church and continued to serve as a preacher even after taking office as a judge.

In his campaign materials, Bell listed his political views as “conservative” and his religious views as “Baptist.”

(DeKalb County Circuit Court Judge Shaunathan C. Bell/File)

Tiara Lycans argued that Bell’s “publicly expressed belief that homosexual relationships and marriages are contrary to God’s law” might influence his decision-making on the custody of the child born to her marriage with Zachary Lycans, according to court documents.

The appeals court noted that Judge Bell, in his initial pending ruling on custody, granted the Lycans joint physical custody alternating weekly, and that he had done the same in two other divorce cases involving lesbian mothers.

Source: Lesbian mom asks Christian judge to recuse himself from divorce case | AL.com

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My Dialogue with an LGBT Activist in DC | The Stream

The base line of all their arguments are emotion based instead of truth. Whatever way the wind blows, thats the direction they bend…even if it breaks them like a dead tree in a stiff breeze.–Admin

I was leaving a meeting near the White House when a young woman wearing an “Equality” shirt asked if she could speak to me for a moment about an important bill. This is a rough transcript of what followed once I agreed to chat with her. The tone was friendly throughout on both sides.

Are People Really Fired For Being Gay or Lesbian?

She: “I’m with the Human Rights Campaign, and I’d like to talk with you about an important bill that’s being discussed right now. We’re concerned about equality.”

Me: “Actually, I’m on the HRC’s list of people exporting hate to the nations because I’m concerned about the religious freedoms of Christians. Are you concerned with discrimination against Christians too?”

She: “Yes, I am.”

Me: “You know, Christians around the world are being persecuted for their faith, and even here in America, there’s an attack on our freedoms.”

She: “Yes, well, that’s important. But we’re concerned here with discrimination against LGBT people because right now, in 28 states, you can be fired simply for being gay or lesbian.”

Don’t be weary in getting your message out, even if people don’t seem to listen. In the end, truth will triumph.

Me: “That’s a serious issue, and I live in North Carolina, where we do not have special protections for gays and lesbians. Could you give me some examples of people actually being fired just because they’re gay or lesbian? I’d really like to know that.”

She: “Yes, in North Carolina, you have HB2, which discriminates against transgenders.”

Me: “Actually, I think it was a good bill. Do you think it’s fair to girls in a school when a boy who identifies as a girl shares their bathrooms? Is that fair? I know girls who have been traumatized by the presence of boys in their locker rooms.”

She: “But we have to respect people’s gender identity too.”

Me: “But what about everyone else? Is that fair to them? And let’s say that you’re an athlete and worked really hard to win your competitions. Then, a boy in your school identifies as a girl and beats you all the time. Is that fair to you?”

She: “Well, we’ll just have to agree to disagree. But a person’s gender identity is important.”

If Biology Doesn’t Matter, Why Should Ethnic Roots Matter?

Me: “Can I ask how you determine gender identity? I mean, I’m a biological and chromosomal male. But if I identify as a female does that make me female? What if I identify as Hispanic? [She appeared to be Hispanic herself and was.]

She: “But do you have Hispanic roots? Are you actually Hispanic?”

Me: “Why do I need Hispanic roots? If I identify as Hispanic to the core of my being, how come I’m not Hispanic? If I identify as a female you accept me as a female. Why not my perceived ethnicity?”

She: “You’re comparing ethnicity with gender. That’s different.”

Me: “Why? If my biology doesn’t matter, why should my ethnic roots matter?”

She: “Well, we’ll have to agree to disagree.”

Me: “I’m happy to do that, but please do think about what I had to say, OK? Have a nice day.”

She: “Have a nice day.”

Truth Will Triumph

So, once again, an LGBT activist had no answers to simple questions and no ability to respond to truth.

It’s like an interaction I just had with a gay dad on Twitter. He criticized my support of the president’s military ban on those who identify as transgender. He told me I was guilty of excluding a whole group of people from serving in the military, just as women and blacks and gays had been excluded.

I pointed out to him that diabetics and asthmatics and people with sleep apnea and men under 5 feet tall can’t serve either. He repeated to me that this was the same discrimination previously faced by women and blacks and gays,

I told him the issue was one of military readiness and had nothing to do with discrimination. And I asked him if he thought asthmatics and diabetics should be able to serve in the military. His answer? There was none. To answer was to expose the bankruptcy of his argument.

So, don’t be weary in getting your message out, even if people don’t seem to listen. Others may be listening. And in the end, truth will triumph.

Source: My Dialogue with an LGBT Activist in DC | The Stream

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‘Challenge the Bible to promote LGBT rights abroad’ says Govt agency report – The Christian InstituteThe Christian Institute

Not real sure WHO the biggest bully is here: the queers or the government that supports them and their chosen perversion. Ether way, its wrong. This garbage came from, you guessed it, the UK.–Admin

The interpretation of sacred texts should be challenged, ‘queer theology’ should be promoted in seminaries and Sunday schools should talk about abortion, according to a report from a taxpayer-funded group.

The extraordinary remarks came in a document from Wilton Park, a foreign affairs discussion organisation, tied to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Dismissing marriage as “part of heteronormative society”, it affirms polyamorous and bisexual relationships and suggests the words “male” and “female” are not the only way to describe gender.

Well-financed

The report was produced after a meeting on the “intersection of faith and human rights of LGBTI+ persons” – attended by 64 unnamed people from 27 countries.

It was formed in association with the Arcus Foundation, a well-financed pro-LGBT group which has previously given money to homosexual lobby group Stonewall.

‘Hatred’

The report claims that “people of faith” are responsible for “hatred, prejudice, and discrimination” against LGBT people.

Its solutions include:

• “challenging the interpretation of sacred texts”;

• Promoting “queer theology” in seminaries;

• Telling Western churches to “stipulate” that money sent to congregations in the developing world “is not used for the promotion of hatred”.

• And encouraging Sunday school teachers to “address sexual and reproductive health and rights” – often a euphemism for abortion.

‘Fellow apes’

Wilton Park was founded over seventy years ago and regularly hosts discussions on controversial issues – in May it had a meeting on measuring “abortion quality”.

It is an executive agency, sponsored by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, is taxpayer-funded, and is ultimately accountable to the Foreign Secretary.

The Arcus Foundation states that one of its aims is to “ensure that LGBT people and our fellow apes thrive in a world where social and environmental justice are a reality”.

Transsexual funding

Its latest accounts, from 2015, show it received over $30 million in contributions.

Last year it sought to “educate” people in America against so-called bathroom bills, claiming they were “anti-trans”.

In 2015 BuzzFeed reported that the Foundation contributed $15m to transsexual causes worldwide.

Last month the organisation announced financial backing to counter “conservative religious voices” in Africa.

Source: ‘Challenge the Bible to promote LGBT rights abroad’ says Govt agency report – The Christian InstituteThe Christian Institute

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Even same-sex marriage supporters want a people’s vote – Marriage Alliance

So, in other words, if you and I say “NO!” (which happened in California (aka Pornafornia) (Prop 8) , then the issue should be settled, right? We don’t want it now but the gaystapo will NEVER allow it come to a vote by the people. They already know the answer is “NO” but they don’t want to hear that…they want to hear how everything is all “inclusive” and “natural, normal and healthy”.–Admin

Despite what the mainstream media and noisy social justice warriors may tell you, many same-sex marriage supporters also want the issue to be decided by the people.

Journalist Paul Murray, himself a strong supporter of same-sex marriage, took a sober view of the debate.

It appears that those pushing for same-sex marriage fall mainly into two camps: those with a legitimate grievance about equality and those tedious virtue-signallers who pile on to any popular social issue.

A recent Essential Media poll showed that in July 2017, 46% of Australians wanted a plebiscite, a significant increase from the 39% who said the same in September 2016. Currently, just 39% wanted the issue decided by politicians, which has dropped from 48% as reported in September of last year.

Murray argued that “social changes such as this with a strong moral and religious component should be decided by the people directly.” This is exactly what the silent majority has been saying – that the issue is far too important for politicians to decide, because there are serious consequences  for ALL Australians.

The reasons for my lack of ardour are several. First, I think that important social changes such as this with a strong moral and religious component should be decided by the people directly.

Second, I’m curious about the rush for something in which young Australians are generally showing a declining interest. Marriage as an institution is in steady decline, while the divorce rate is climbing. The marriage rate per 1000 Australians was 6.1 in 1995, 5.4 in 2011 and 4.8 on the most recent count.

And third, I resent the bullying and foot-stamping that has taken over the political debate and the crass politicking of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten in his demands that politicians should decide the matter when he knows supporting the Government’s plebiscite would provide a solution. We all know Labor declined to take action in office.

Many have expressed concern at the possibility of “homophobic” abuse that could stem from having a public debate on marriage. Such claims demean all Australians and particularly the LGBTI community, as fragile individuals who cannot engage in civil discourse. Murray addressed such criticisms:

As a journalist, I am also dismayed that some in the media push the phoney view that a plebiscite would be “divisive” when we should welcome robust, open debates on all issues to lead to informed decisions.

Senator David Leyonhjelm – also a supporter of same-sex marriage – wrote that opposing the plebiscite because the debate could be harmful was itself “stereotypical, if not homophobic”.

A plebiscite was never my preferred method of going about it, but I voted in favour because I believe that a liberal democratic society like ours can stand the strain of open debate, with room left over to celebrate at the end. All the feedback from Ireland is that it was a positive experience overall.

Sad to say, both Labor and the Greens love talking about same-sex marriage so much they don’t actually want to achieve it. Both know that while the issue drags on, it allows them to rally support and accuse the Coalition of being opposed.

To reinforce that, they came up with an argument that relies on a remarkably stereotypical, if not homophobic, premise — that gay and lesbian people are just too fragile to countenance a public debate. 

Simply put, the people want to decide on this issue, including those who want to see marriage redefined. As much as some pro-same-sex marriage activists claim that politicians just need to “get on with it”, there is much more at stake than simply legalising same-sex marriages. Redefining marriage poses a tremendous change to the fabric of our society, which has been founded on man-woman marriage for thousands of years.

This issue is too important for politicians to decide. Support the plebiscite!

Source: Even same-sex marriage supporters want a people’s vote – Marriage Alliance

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