The Mask drops: Gay advocate and Christian debate
As I have my own political and cultural blog, I am definitely one to keep abreast of any pertinent conversations taking place within the blogosphere.
This one took place between a gay advocate and a conservative who would appear to have a conservative Christian interpretation of marriage.
I like to remain neutral as a philosopher while keeping a keen eye on such conversations, and encouraging input from others.
The debate began when a gay advocate was accused of representing a gay activism in the state of Maine which would like to make homosexuality, bi-sexuality, and transgenderism taught as the norm in schools. The gay advocate, Ross, said he saw no reason why these behaviors or traits must be viewed as inherently pernicious. The comeback is below.
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Is it inevitable that these deviant activities will someday be seen as normal? No way. That is why those promoting the gay agenda have to stoop to lies, false equalities, trick sophistry and base child indoctrination to win points. Have you ever wondered why courts and rogue legislatures IMPOSE same sex marriage? People don’t choose it.
If Ross were to be put on television and radio to spout his views before the people of Maine and other states where gay marriage is being pushed, their movement would be crushed in the stampeding political backlash of concerned parents, teachers and voters.
Over exposure to the true nature of homosexuality turns people off to the sophistry. Reality can’t be hidden forever. Why? Because the more ground gay activists win, the bolder they become and the carefully crafted mask of normality drops.