Date: October 6, 2015
I think it is high time that people who think and talk like those in this video explain, why they presume homosexuality to not qualify as an immutable character trait.
Why?…because they have the luxury of ignoring it?…Because it’s [presumably] not happening to them, so they can contemptuously dismiss other people’s life experience?…Pretend it’s not real, because being forced to be something you are not is someone else’s burden?
It sounds like some incredibly ugly contempt going on there.
Let me run something past those of you out there, who think [for example] black people have every right to civil rights, but homosexuals never will…because being black is immutable, but being homosexual “can be hidden”…
Let’s consider one of the most prevalent forms of socially institutionalized abuses, which homosexuals have been demeaned, violated and discriminated against with, throughout history…extreme cultural pressure and expectation, to marry someone of the opposite sex, spend the rest of their lives with them, make and raise babies with them, hide and bury their own true selves and what gives them meaningful joy in life [taken even to the point of terror, over being exposed for who they are]…and basically be an obedient, miserable, mindless drone in somebody else’s “picture perfect” fantasy…because they’ve been beaten down and bullied, into believing they have no other choice.
The fact that a lot of you out there would choose for homosexuals to be paired up with sexual companions of the opposite sex, despite that they don’t even want that…and that you would have them live a life like that…repeatedly having sex they don’t want to have, with a person they don’t want to touch like that…experiencing “sex”, that doesn’t even have any meaning to them…that maybe even repulses them…
…That fully meets my definition of rape…I don’t know about other people out there…but I recognize this practice as institutionalized rape, carried out against sexual minorities.
…And I think this is a totally fair assessment.
Nobody is telling the heterosexuals that they “have to” have sex with people of their own sex, or people they are not inclined or intentioned to have sex with…So, why do they presume a right to do the equivalent towards homosexuals?…that they “have to” have sex with people they don’t want to have sex with?
That’s rape…That is rape, my good readers.
If the shoe were on the other foot…you can bet these same people who imagine “we” can just jump into the sack with people of their choosing, would be screaming that they were raped…or at least sexually violated…They’d probably also claimed to be traumatized by it.
And how, in any way, is this life long experience of being diminished to that [and of being habitually raped]…how is the impact of all that, and the knowledge that you’re living a lie being put through this…that you’re not being allowed to spread your wings and be who you are [and you’re not allowed to live a happy life]…how in the hell is this experience “mutable”, or “not immutable”?
How can you distinguish anything like this, as being “mutable”, or not being “immutable”?
Just because you don’t see it, or you choose not to see it, does not mean it is not real…nor that it does not have real world consequences.
You’re making an assertion, without any basis…let alone any objective basis…And it’s a terribly selfish assertion.
Of course it is a civil rights issue, as to whether or not someone can be with who they love…It is a civil rights issue, whether or not anyone is forced into a life of being raped.
It is down right insane, for anybody to suggest otherwise.
Just for kicks…