In 1975, I took a college course in psychology. The professor invited a gay man to speak to the class. He explained to us, “I’m just like you, only I prefer to have sex with men instead of women.” No one objected or protested. What did we know? The thesis seemed plausible then, and today most people regard it as axiomatic.
The gay agenda is to convince the heterosexual majority that there are no appreciable differences between homosexuals and heterosexuals. We are to believe that sexual preference is merely a personal choice with no broader ramifications for society. The choice of a sexual partner or partners is supposed to be as innocuous as choosing a flavor of ice cream. The inescapable corollary is that any biases against homosexuality are necessarily irrational.